#852 Flyer™ Cruiser Step-Thru 2.0 Battery Dock Replacement

Follow the steps below to replace the battery dock on your #852 Flyer™ Cruiser Step-Thru 2.0.

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     Tools Needed: 4mm allen wrench

     Compatible Models: #852 Flyer™ Cruiser Step-Thru 2.0

Getting the Bike Ready for Servicing

  1. Remove the seat.
    1 - Remove Seat.gif

  2. Remove the battery.

    2 - Remove Battery.gif

  3. Press and hold the power button the display to discharge any remaining power in the bike.

    3 - Test Display.gif



Removing the Old Battery Dock

  1. Flip the bike upside down.

    4 - Bike Upside Down.JPG

  2. Remove the 2 bolts securing the PCM to the frame using a 3mm allen wrench.

    5 - Remove PCM.gif

    Bottom Bolt Location.jpg

  3. Remove the 2 bolts securing the PCM to the frame using a 3mm allen wrench.

    6 - Remove Bottom Dock Bolts.gif

  4. Disconnect the battery dock from the PCM.

    7 - Disconnect Battery Dock.gif

  5. Set the bike upright.

    8 - Bike Upright.JPG

  6. Remove the 3 bolts securing the battery dock to the seat tube
  7. Pull the battery dock free.

    9 - Remove Battery Dock.gif


Installing the New Battery Dock

  1. Align the 3 slots in the center of the battery dock with the 3 holes on the frame.
  2. Insert the cable into opening behind the seat tube.

    10 - Align New Battery Dock.gif

  3. Secure the battery dock in place with 3 bolts using a Phillips head screwdriver.

    11 - Secure New Battery Dock.gif
  4. Flip the bike back upside down.

    4 - Bike Upside Down.JPG

  5. Secure the bottom of the battery dock to the frame.

    12 - Reinstall Bottom Dock Bolts.gif



Reinstalling the PCM

  1. Plug the new battery dock into the PCM. Be sure to align the arrows before connecting.

    13 - Connect New Battery Dock.gif

  2. Secure the PCM back to the frame with 2 bolts.

    14 - Secure PCM.gif

Preparing to Ride

  1. Reinstall the battery.

    15 - Reinstall Battery.gif

  2. Reinstall the seat. Secure by firmly clamping in place.

    16 - Reinstall Seat.gif

  3. Test bike fully before riding.

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