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Take the terminals off scrape them clean and apply a little petroleum jelly aka VaselineYou will never have another problem,Sent from my shoe phone!
Not to be an alarmist, but that is a bit odd. Maybe a tiny bit of acid seepage?
If this 'new' bike has the OEM battery it's just a matter of time before the battery starts to leak acid. That battery was not designed (nor is it recommended) for installation in a horizontal position. This is a well documented Stelvio problem with only one solution.....buy a better battery that IS designed for horizontal installation. Been there and done that.Peter Y.
Read this from Moto International. http://www.motointernational.com/blog/news-and-events/post/moto-guzzi-battery-cable-cleaning
P.S. The OEM battery is apparently a YUASA YTX20CH-BS, which appears to be (not 100% sure...) an AGM type. I thought AGM's were okay for tilt mount and don't leak.
I dip wires in Vasilene before I crimp them into lugs
I use this stuff on the battery terminals instead of vaseline...... the no-ox-id is conductive. Seems like the perfect stuff for battery terminals.
:1: Peter is right. My Stelvio neg terminal was completely covered in blue fuzz after 6 months.I use this stuff on the battery terminals instead of vaseline...... the no-ox-id is conductive. Seems like the perfect stuff for battery terminals.https://www.amazon.com/NO-OX-ID-Special-Electrical-Contact-Corrosion/dp/B00HDF9EXE/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_263_tr_img_1/130-8579810-1774542?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SARECENM6GNGPNTSPWRK
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