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Hi rking
Did you download and print the manual already ??

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Don't put your thumb under it when you are putting it back in, ouch.

Mine has been stuck from dust and dirt several times.
 

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You mean there is something in there beside stupid stuff like, gas is a know cancer causing agent in Calif, dispose of oil at approved places, blah blah blah. Oh and the kicker "not responsible for accidents" and motorcycling can be a dangerous sport. Well da-huh
 

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4 screws to remove center lower cowl. Remove and battery is exposed for removal.
 

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Does anyone have a link to removing the battery from a 2010 victory cross country
You will most likely need to give it a real tug. I thought mine was held in by something else.. It wouldn't budge, but one big pull and it came out, top first. Put back in , in reverse order. There are two "clips' that hold the back down. Again, needs a little umph.
 

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You will most likely need to give it a real tug. I thought mine was held in by something else.. It wouldn't budge, but one big pull and it came out, top first. Put back in , in reverse order. There are two "clips' that hold the back down. Again, needs a little umph.
Yup, like Jim said, it takes some effort to tug it out of there
 

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whoa whoa whoa....This motorcycle thing is dangerous. Holy crap, that changes everything. Or it is only dangerous in California because of the whole cancer thing with the gas!!
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