It looks scary to get the airbox out, but it's realy no big deal. Disconnect all of the connectors coming from the MPEM, which is the square computer attached to the top of the air box. There are 4, each has a different connector, so you can't get them mixed up. Actualy, there are 5, but one goes to the air temperature sensor that is in the airbox. You don't need to disconnect that one, as it will obviously come out with the air box. You don't need to remove the MPEM from the airbox either. On the sides of the airbox, are two rubber straps, which keep the airbox in place. Remove them from the engine side, right beside the carburetors. Next, remove the DPM manifold from the front clips on the airbox. Rotate the top of the airbox forward, and up at the same time, and it will come right out.lmdski said:Hi, I have not tried to charge it yet or pull the battery, but what would cause it not to charge? When I turn the key, I get a "click" but no movement on the starter.
What can I check? How do I know if I need a new battery?