Probably a dumb question that could be answered if I would read the manual. Here goes. If your battery dies, how do you release the seat latch on a 650
That poor soul who would be so unfortunate will probably spend most of the day getting the bike disassembled enough to find the cable somewhere "in there" and pull it to release the latch. Either that or visit to the shop that will undoubtedly produce a fat labor bill.Randy said:How do you open the seat when the cable get loose or breaks.
There was one reported instance of cable breakage in the Yahoo forum last year. A guy came up with a good preventative solution. I've been meaning to do this - glad the topic came up to remind me.Randy said:How do you open the seat when the cable get loose or breaks.
Ha! If we had to rely on my memory we'd be in trouble. I had saved that post in my "Burgman" folder, knowing it would be useful. That was one advantage of the Yahoo group - you could receive the posts by email and file the ones you wanted to save. But the bickering and other nonsense got out of hand, so I left the party.Jim said:Thanks Paul, my memory is still good, just short
:idea: Just clip an extra key on your key ring. Problem solved.allwalk said:Hey Paul thanks for the seat latch mod tip. I will look at doing that tommorrow. I've also had the engine warmed up to realize my gloves were in the trunk......Hmmmmm I guess thats what glove boxes are for..........but wait..........I still need to turn the bike off to use the key to open the friggin glove box.