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Re: battery/clock

What Fulton Said plus:
You should check your battery and ground connections.  Careful cleaning 
and be sure they are tight.  If not this problem, then you are likely 
looking at a battery that is about to die.

Bob Hadden "98RS
On Monday, November 24, 2003, at 02:41 PM, Marco S Hyman wrote:

> When I started my R1150RT yesterday morning it was in the upper 30s 
> outside,
> probably a few degrees warmer in the garage.  The bike cranked 4 or 5 
> times,
> then stopped.   I hit the starter a second time and the bike cranked 
> another
> 3 or 4 times and then started up.
> The strange thing is that during this the clock reset to 0.  It's as 
> if battery
> power was completely lost for a bit.
> I had a few stops to make close by resulting in stopping and starting
> the bike another 2 times with less than a mile between starts.  No
> problems starting the bike any of those times which leads me to believe
> the battery is just fine.
> Wonder what made the clock reset?
> // marc