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    Remove battery

    Another silly question I want to replace the battery on my 2012 TC
    Is it like my old 06 GSA just replace and reset the TPS
    if memory is correct by opening and closing the throttle 3 times before turning starting the bike ?
    Is that correct if not please advise and feel free to add some amusing sarcasm.
    So onto my new bike Is all that still necessary or is there another black art to master hopefully I can just change it by the way it has BMW alarm fitted does that complicate things

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    I just dropped in a new battery and rode the bike. The hardest part was getting the hulking Odyssey out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foolmaker View Post
    Another silly question I want to replace the battery on my 2012 TC
    Is it like my old 06 GSA just replace and reset the TPS
    if memory is correct by opening and closing the throttle 3 times before turning starting the bike ?
    Is that correct if not please advise and feel free to add some amusing sarcasm.
    So onto my new bike Is all that still necessary or is there another black art to master hopefully I can just change it by the way it has BMW alarm fitted does that complicate things
    Just change it and have done with, it'll be fine

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