This post will help you troubleshoot the problem and get back on the road with a fully-charged battery.
Step 1: Diagnose and troubleshoot the problem.
Before you begin charging, you need to diagnose the problem. The first step is to check your battery and charger, then determine if there are any other issues that could be preventing charging.
Next, check the voltage of your battery; this should be 12V or higher if it’s fully charged. If it isn’t at least 12V then there may be an issue with your charging system or wiring leading up from where you hooked up everything together (i.e., at home). This could also mean that something else is draining power from somewhere else in your motorcycle such as lights or accessories like GPS units or radar detectors which would explain why those items aren’t working anymore either!
Step 2: Purchase a new or refurbished battery.
- Step 2: Purchase a new or refurbished battery.
Your motorcycle’s original battery is likely to be dead by now, so you’ll need to replace it if your bike is going to start up again. You can either buy a brand new battery online and have it shipped directly to your door, or try searching for an affordable refurbished model at a local auto parts store. Either way, make sure the replacement is compatible with your motorcycle before installing it!
- Step 3: Install the new/refurbished battery in accordance with manufacturer instructions (or ask someone who knows what they’re doing). It’s important that this step is done right–if not done properly then there could be serious consequences such as fire hazard due to overheating caused by improper connection between terminals inside each cell stack unit housing within each module connected together via interconnecting cables which connect together into one big circuit board called “battery pack” (or maybe just call them batteries instead?). This means checking over everything carefully before plugging things back into place again after taking out old ones from where they came from originally…
Step 3: Analyze the charging system.
- Check the charger.
- Check the battery.
- Check the fuse box, circuit breaker and other electrical components of your charging system to ensure they’re in good working order and not causing issues with charging speed or efficiency.
If you’re having trouble charging your electric motorcycle, there may be a simple fix.
If you’re having trouble charging your electric motorcycle, there may be a simple fix. Before diagnosing the issue, make sure you have the right battery for your bike and that it is fully charged. If these things are true, then it’s time to check your charging system.
If you’re using a portable charger or one built into the bike itself (like Yamaha’s YZF-R3), start with those first by checking if they are working properly. If they aren’t working at all or aren’t producing enough power, check out these tips from our friends at BikeBandit:
If you’re having trouble charging your electric motorcycle, there may be a simple fix. Diagnose and troubleshoot the problem, then replace the battery or charging system if necessary. By following these three steps, you can ensure that your bike will always be ready for use when called upon!