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Service Manual page 18-11
« on: November 24, 2013, 03:21:38 am »
I was just looking up something simple in the service manual. How to remove the battery. At least I hope it's simple, as I have no instructions. It's in the index (on page 18.1) showing it is on page 18.11.

So I try to go to page 18.11 and it does not exist. I have a page 18.9 and on the reverse side of this page it is page 18-12. And no, I do not have two pages stuck together. I can even see through the page to the print of the reverse side. There is neither a page 18.10 nor 18.11.

Do all TTSE service manuals have this problem or only mine? And if it is not obvious how to remove the battery, I will need some instructions. I am 250 miles away from my TTSE so I cannot even look at it right now.

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Re: Service Manual page 18-11
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2013, 03:33:06 am »
My manual has those pages.

To remove the battery, take the single screw out n the right fairing upper panel.  Pull the over up and toward the rear.  Battery is exposed.   Be careful not to knock the clippy-nut on the fairing off.  Pretty loose fit.  and the o-rings the cover snaps into can be pretty easily dislodged too, I lube them and the pins with a little spit.   
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Re: Service Manual page 18-11
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2013, 04:03:14 am »
*Originally Posted by janfmiller [+]
My manual has those pages.

To remove the battery, take the single screw out n the right fairing upper panel.  Pull the over up and toward the rear.  Battery is exposed.   Be careful not to knock the clippy-nut on the fairing off.  Pretty loose fit.  and the o-rings the cover snaps into can be pretty easily dislodged too, I lube them and the pins with a little spit.
Thanks! I just printed out your message and am calling it page 18-11 in my Service manual.

BTW, is there anything else I should know about page 18-10 and 18.11 that could be important?

Thanks, -Don-  SSF, CA
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Re: Service Manual page 18-11
« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2013, 12:32:11 pm »
I actually figured out how to do this to fit some battery charger connections.

 After years of working on the ST1100, a trick with those pins that fit into rubber grommets is to use some rubber grease (sold for use on brakes) or plain vaseline.  Makes it easy to install and remove the pins, and prevents the pins from breaking off in the long term - my ST1100 had a few of those pins broken off on the sidecovers from a previous owner..

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Re: Service Manual page 18-11
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2013, 08:00:06 pm »
*Originally Posted by saaz [+]
I actually figured out how to do this to fit some battery charger connections.

 After years of working on the ST1100, a trick with those pins that fit into rubber grommets is to use some rubber grease (sold for use on brakes) or plain vaseline.  Makes it easy to install and remove the pins, and prevents the pins from breaking off in the long term - my ST1100 had a few of those pins broken off on the sidecovers from a previous owner..
What are those "pins" for? I have no clue as I have not yet worked on my three week old  bike to do  anything yet, but that will soon change when I wire in my new horns (to work without the ignition key too) and my GPS power and audio, which could be before next week.

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Re: Service Manual page 18-11
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2013, 08:13:12 pm »
pins go into grommets to hold the front of the cover, same as most sidecovers have been held on for years...
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Re: Service Manual page 18-11
« Reply #6 on: November 24, 2013, 08:13:57 pm »
I think you'll find that the "pins" referred to are actually the "pegs"
which are part of the battery cover moulding, at the front edge of it.

There are two "pegs" with slightly mushroomed ends that are a simple push fit into rubber grommets.

With the grommets "dry" there is always the possibility of breaking the pegs off when fitting / removing
the battery cover, but by lubricating them with a little silicone grease or vaseline,
the likelihood of them breaking is reduced  :169:

Here's a Photo showing where the two "pegs of the Battery cover locate :


Sounds like you have a misprint of your Service Manual so I would get back on to the Retailer of it
and ask for the missing / affected pages to be replaced.

« Last Edit: November 24, 2013, 08:15:37 pm by Coconut »

 



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