Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Aprilia Atlantic 125 - 200 - 250 - 500 - 500 Sprint Motorcycles. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.
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GENERAL INFORMATION 1
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE 2
FUEL SYSTEM 4
COOLING SYSTEM 5
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 8
Battery rating: 12 V - 9 Ah
ACTIVATION AND MAINTENANCE
• Remove the battery from the vehicle, see 7.2.1.
• Remove the cell caps and the breather cap.
• Fill the cells with electrolyte fluid with 1.3 specific weight.
• Charge the battery at slow charge rate (that is, ampere rating should be 1/10th of battery rating) for at least 10 hours. Refit the battery just before delivering the vehicle to end user, that is, when vehicle is expected to cover some distance.
• Install the battery and connect the leads and the breather hose.
• To avoid degradation in the wintertime or while the vehicle is stored away, charge the battery for 10 hours at regular intervals (at least monthly).
• Top up battery fluid level at regular intervals (at least monthly). Top up with distilled water only.
• In the event of abnormal operation, check the charge system first, see 8.5.1.
• To check the battery,
• First remove the battery from the vehicle, see 7.2.1. and proceed as follows:
Visually inspect for:
- apparent signs of sulphation (one or more cells will have become white);
- check that fluid level is between the “MIN” and “MAX” level marks;
- check the outer casing for leaks.
• Charge the battery at slow charge rate for at least 10 hours.
• After charging, measure electrolyte fluid density in each cell using a densimeter. Change battery when fluid density in any one cell is less than 1.26 or when loadless voltage is lower than 12V.
RETURN UNDER WARRANTY
The warranty is invalidated when:
- the battery is damaged (dented housing, bent terminals, etc.);
- the battery is affected by extensive sulphation (normally due to improper installation procedure and/or use).
- electrolyte fluid level is too low (simply close the breather hole with the rubber cap before shipping to avoid this problem).