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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-20-2014, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Batter replacement

How do you replace the battery in the 2010 prowler 1000
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-21-2014, 04:26 AM
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Welcome to the forum! I have a 2009 700 XTX, so someone else will help you. We have the best membership going!

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Pull the drivers seat, now you will see an access cover, remove it, battery sitting right there

Been awhile but I believe there are a few electronics on top of the access cover that need to be moved

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Good info Triple J...............

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gone as in dead already ?

if so suggest a battery maintainer / charger with the next one .. mine is still good to go and when not in use it's on one.

also suggest a Odyssey brand for replacement and over size it while at it … believe it will take a 925 AMP in the space available … there is a thread on here about what size will fit search it.

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perfect, thanks so much.
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perfect, thanks so much.
Cutter go to the top of the page and click on the FAQ section and scrol down until you come to battery's..................

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2010 700 xtx will take a pl925,unfortunately my 2009 will only take a 680. I don't believe it would take much to make compartment big enough, but I'm 500 miles from home and don't want to take a chance on it not fitting.
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That was my concern, space for a larger battery. I decided to add a secondary battery to help with the extra loads, lights, winch, cooling fan for the CVT Belt.

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2010 700 xtx will take a pl925,unfortunately my 2009 will only take a 680. I don't believe it would take much to make compartment big enough, but I'm 500 miles from home and don't want to take a chance on it not fitting.
Slycat,I was wondering does the odyssey crank the prowler faster than the stock battery.

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