Front bolts on the side and then you have to remove the passenger seat first then the bolt for the front seat will be visible
Its under the rider's seat. You have to remove th seat.
you must remove the bolt behind the rear seat and remove the rear seat then you will see 2 small Allen head bolts remove them and the seat will come right off.
The battery on a Suzuki Boulevard is located under the driver seat.
You need to remove the rear seat before you can removed the front. First removed the one screw on the back of the rear seat then removed the two screws on the front of the rear seat. You can not get to the front screws until you remove the rear screw.
Yes, you just need to remove the center bracket (back seat bracket) on your bike
The battery is located under the seat. You will need to remove 2 bolts to get access to the 2 bolts that hold the seat.
To remove the driver's seat on a 2007 Suzuki 800c Intruder you need to remove the headrest and remove the screws. Next, remove the bolts and washer on each side of the front of the driver seat.
Remove side covers and then remove the two front seat bolts(10mm) the seat will slide forward slightly and lift off. Replace making sure the bottom rear tab on seat goes into its mount. Note the left side cover has a small Philips screw on the bottom which is awkward to get at.
Spose there is a bolt at the side of the seat somewhere.
The 2006 Honda CBF 250 seat is held in place by four retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts to remove the seat.
You have to remove the Allen bolt on the rear of the passenger seat, then remove the two Allen bolts exposed when you removed the passenger seat. The driver seat should slide back and off now.
Passenger side, middle seat row (on 7-seat version), under the seat.
Use your key on the left side by the seat. turn it counterclockwise. and the front seat should pull off. Once you remove the front seat there are two releases to remove the rear seat.
The fuse box is located on the left side of the bike. you have to first remove the seat, then the black panel below it, then the chrome panel below that. there is a black box with "fuse" stamped on it.
for the 2006 suzuki c90t......fuses are located below seat.....if looking at bike from behind, on right side, the 1st chrome cover, it has 2 hex nuts. 30 amp fuses are under false gas tank on left side at front.
i own a 87 suzuki savage i would expect it is the same steps there is two screws that hold the seat on there located towards the rear of the drivers seat not the passengers seat after removeing the two screws the seat should lift free there is one screw under the drivers seat that holdes the passenger seat on remove that and push the passenger seat forward and lift
Under the main seat beside the battery.
I turned both the key holes, pulled up on the seat, tried to slide, but nothing.
There's a lock on the left side at the bike. Turn it to the right and then push the seat forward and pull up
Check out the related link for instructions on how to remove the back seat from a Subaru Impreza.
unscrew the bolts and take the seat out
use the key slot on the right side about 5" below the seat, turn key and pull up rear seat.
Remove the seat. On the left-hand side (if you were sitting on your bike) there is a small, 3/4 inch square clear plastic "box". Remove the cover, there should be two 20-amp fuses inside. Not sure which fuse covers which circuit since we never received an owner's manual!
remove the seat
There are 2 bolts (1 on each side) at the back of the seat. Remove these, push down on the front of the seat by gas tank and pull backward.