Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Jacksonville fl
You dont have to install a volt meter on the bike, if you can get a multimeter from a friend, or buy one if you like. Its better to check it that way. You may need one for further troubleshooting depending on what you find, you could end up checking for continuity as well. I would recommend a digital one. Once your problem is solved then install a voltmeter. Question though, how old is the battery and what type is it? Being used to maintinance free batteries I let mine go dry then had to replace the battery.
Last edited by ifixf18s; 08-25-2011 at 03:13 PM.