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artw 06-07-2011 09:52 AM

Battery Compartment
 
Does anyone know how the front seats flip up for access to the compartments?
Thanks
Art

REALM 06-08-2011 11:54 AM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
Bump... I'd like to know this as well.

hammer1234 06-08-2011 11:59 AM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
I didn't notice if the seat flipped up, but I was able to move the front passenger seat way forward (to the point where one's legs would be crushed between the seat and the dash) and pop open the compartment lid.

jonpeter001 06-27-2011 12:46 AM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
Battery compartment for subsequent installation in front panels and enclosure walls

BE 40
Battery compartment for insertion in front panels, enclosure walls and similar with a max. wall thickness of 4 mm. Designed to accommodate 9 V block batteries.

BE 30 / BE 60
The battery compartment can be installed in all front panels or all enclosures. The battery compartment is snapped into the cut-out provided by means of moulded-on snap-on devices.The cut-out can be carried out by BOPLA or at the customers`s. The battery compartment is accessible from the outside via a snap lock mounted in the lid.

mjw930 06-27-2011 08:15 AM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jonpeter001 (Post 438087)
Battery compartment for subsequent installation in front panels and enclosure walls

BE 40
Battery compartment for insertion in front panels, enclosure walls and similar with a max. wall thickness of 4 mm. Designed to accommodate 9 V block batteries.

BE 30 / BE 60
The battery compartment can be installed in all front panels or all enclosures. The battery compartment is snapped into the cut-out provided by means of moulded-on snap-on devices.The cut-out can be carried out by BOPLA or at the customers`s. The battery compartment is accessible from the outside via a snap lock mounted in the lid.

Huh????


The battery compartment can be accessed easily by moving the passenger seat all the way UP and all the way FORWARD. Don't forget the UP part, it pivots the seat forward. If the battery is dead you will need to provide power via the jumper points under the hood.


I have no idea on a non power seat, if those even exist on the WK2.

nek121328 06-27-2011 11:21 AM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
I used a flat bar to pry up the front and rear end of the battery cover panel. It snaps on both ends.

ekaz 07-20-2011 07:45 AM

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echucabarry 09-11-2011 04:22 AM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mjw930 (Post 438150)
Huh????


The battery compartment can be accessed easily by moving the passenger seat all the way UP and all the way FORWARD. Don't forget the UP part, it pivots the seat forward. If the battery is dead you will need to provide power via the jumper points under the hood.


I have no idea on a non power seat, if those even exist on the WK2.

Excuse my ignorance but where are the jumper points ina WK2 ??

IndyBob 09-11-2011 06:30 AM

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The jumper points are under the hood on the passenger side.

zx900b 09-11-2011 12:20 PM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
How is one supposed to move the POWER seat up if the battery is dead? Jump it first? DESIGN FAIL.

Eric67 09-11-2011 01:05 PM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by zx900b (Post 482696)
How is one supposed to move the POWER seat up if the battery is dead? Jump it first? DESIGN FAIL.

Then you use the jumper points .

nek121328 09-11-2011 03:09 PM

Re: Battery Compartment
 
Check the owner's manual for details.


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