How long does a motorcycle battery usually last?
According to Motor Gear Expert, a sealed Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) battery usually lasts from about three to five years.
A conventional acid-filled battery has a lifetime of two to five years. If you suspect it's time to replace your motorcycle battery,
the following are tips on how to do it right.
How do I know if my motorcycle battery is bad?
The most obvious warning signs can be found through a simple visual inspection. Signs of a bad battery include broken terminals,
a crack or bulge in the plastic casing, as well as any leaking fluid or discoloration. Sometimes, battery terminals can become corroded.
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How to maintain the motorcycle battery?
1. Check the liquid level regularly, if the liquid level is below the horizontal line. Please fill up to the upper level with distilled water or purified water in time. Never add sulfuric acid to dissolve waves. After adding liquid, the locomotive should be run for a period of time to make the electrolyte mixed evenly:
2. If the motorcycle battery has no electrolyte. Or the motorcycle battery is short of about half of the electrolyte or overcharged, the life of this battery is basically terminated, even if it can be used after adding the electrolyte, the time will not be too long. . If the battery is in use, there is no battery solution. It means that if the charging current is too large, the capacity and life of this kind of dried electro-hydraulic battery will be sharply reduced, and it will even fail directly. .If the battery power is insufficient, please remove the battery to recharge it in time. If the battery is not charged in time, used for a long time without full charge, etc., it will cause the battery to vulcanize, reduce the battery capacity and shorten the life, and even the battery cannot be used.
3. It should be noted that the battery has been in the state of power for a long time,-part of the active material lead dioxide (pbo2) will always become dense lead sulfate (pbso4) and cannot be reduced to lead dioxide (pbo2), resulting in a decrease in capacity and a shortened life: If the battery is not charged for a long time after being discharged, the lead dioxide (pbo2) will become dense lead sulfate (pbso4) and then can no longer be reduced to lead dioxide (pbo2). This will lead to the end of battery life.