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Old 05-14-2014, 11:29 PM   #1
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Access to coach/auxillery batteries on a FR Lexington gts 270s....

Hi folks,

I hope someone here can help me figure out how to access the batteries so that they can be properly checked and topped up with water. There is an access door on the drivers side just in front of the rear wheel. You can do nothing through that access door other tha look an see that they are there that they are wired up. The problem is the batteries cant be slid out because the batteries are too big to remove that way.
Possibly you can access them from underneath but I dont fancy a battery dropping on my face or worse being blinded by battery acid!
I have searched these forums high and low hoping to find someone with a simple solution. Does anyone have the same model does anyone have a drawing or instruction to get to these batteries.....
Frustrated in Toronto

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Old 05-16-2014, 06:45 PM   #2
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Has no one came across this same problem? Its starting to look like another FR lexington design flaw just like accessing the spare tire... I was wondering why my spare still had the manufacturers labels on it and the tire being 8 years old.
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