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Sym Battery Location and Replacement Guide

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If your Sym battery is dead then you have come to the right place!

This Sym battery finder will help you select the right battery for your moped. Whether you’re going for a cheap lead-acid battery, a better quality one, like a VRLA or AGM or whether you want to step into the future and buy a lightweight Lithium battery, this guide is for you.

We’ve used the popular brand Yuasa as our reference. If you don’t want a Yuasa battery, never fear, you can use our motorcycle battery cross reference chart at the bottom of the page to see the corresponding reference number for other popular makes including Exide and MotoBatt.

And if you want to switch to a lightweight Lithium battery (they also almost never go flat), then we’ve got a handy conversion table for you lower down the page too.

Table of Contents

Sym Battery Chart

MakeModelCCYearHigh CrankingVRLAAGMConventional
SymAttila12599-00 YTX7A-BS  
SymAttila15000-01 YTX7A-BS  
SymBonus100   YB5L-B 
SymCinderella5089 YTX7A-BS  
SymCinderella10099-01 YTX7A-BS  
SymDD50  YTX4L-BS  
SymFiddle5075-77 YTX4L-BS  
SymFiddle5010-12 YTX7A-BS  
SymFighter 150150 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymFighter 6th15014-YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymGolden Wolf 150150 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymGR125 EFI125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymGT 125 EFI125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymGT 125 EVO12513-14YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymGT 125 Super12514- YTX7A-BS  
SymGT 15015013-14YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymGT Super 212514- YTX7A-BS  
SymGT125 EFI, EVO12512- YTX7A-BS  
SymGTS250  YTX12-BS  
SymGTS300i30014- YT12A-BS  
SymHD20010-12 YTX9-BS  
SymHusky12589 YTX7L-BS  
SymIRX 11511514- YTX7A-BS  
SymJet5079-81 YTX4L-BS  
SymJet10075-77 YTX5L-BS  
SymJet Power 12512513-14YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymJet power Evo125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymJetEuro 505010-12YTZ7S   
SymJoyride150  YTX9-BS  
SymJoyride200  YTX9-BS  
SymJungle5089 YTX4L-BS  
SymMagic110   YB5L-B 
SymMask50  YTX5L-BS  
SymMAXSYM600i600 YTZ14STTZ14S  
Symmii 110110 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymMio5010-12 YTX7A-BS  
SymMio100  YTX7A-BS  
SymNew Fighter150 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymNew mii 11011014- YTX7A-BS  
SymNewduke12500-01 YTX7A-BS  
SymReddevil5075-77 YTX4L-BS  
SymRV 180180  YTX9-BS  
SymRV 180 Euro180  YTX9-BS  
SymRV 25025010-14 YTX12-BS  
SymRV 27030014- YTX12-BS  
SymRvi110   YB5L-B 
SymRX 110110 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymSB300300 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymSB300CR300 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymShark125  YTX9-BS  
SymShark150  YTX9-BS  
SymSuper Duke 96150  YTX9-BS  
SymSuperduke12500-01 YTX7A-BS  
SymSuperfancy5079-81 YTX4L-BS  
SymT115013-14 YTX9-BS  
SymT2 25025013-14 YT12A-BS  
SymT330014- YT12A-BS  
SymWild Wolf 125125-13YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWild Wolf 12512514-   12N7A-3A
SymWild Wolf Legend 125125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWild Wolf Legend R 125125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWild Wolf Legend R 150150 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWind 100100 YTZ7STTZ7S  
SymWind 5050 YTZ7STTZ7S  
SymWo Wow 100100   YB5L-B 
SymWolf 125125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWolf 150150 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWolf Classic15014-   12N7A-3A
SymWolf R125125 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWolf R150150 YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWoo 10010013-14YTZ10STTZ10S  
SymWOWOW11014- TTZ7S  
SymZ1 125125 YTZ10STTZ10S  

Sym Battery Location

It’s always best to check the owner’s manual of your motorcycle or scooter to check the battery location.

If you don’t have the manual to hand, try Googling for it, by searching for your make and model and then manual and PDF. This should give you a downloadable booklet.

For most Sym mopeds and scooters, the battery is under the floor pan. If you take a look at where your feet go when you’re riding, you’ll see a couple of bolts that you can undo and then remove the cover. This should reveal the battery.

For some Sym scooter models the battery is located under where the pillion passenger would sit, behind the right hand panel. Just lift the seat and see if you can see a shape where the battery might go. Then you just have to remove the right-hand panel.

If you have a Sym maxi scooter, the chances are the battery is under the handlebars to the wide of the ignition key. If you have a flap here, just open it up and the battery should be located on its side. Due to this, you’ll need to buy a gel battery or a lithium one as a regular lead-acid unsealed battery may leak.

For most Sym motorcycles, the battery is directly under the rider’s seat.

Sym Battery Removal

Check your owner’s manual for the correct battery location.

Once you have located the battery, just use a Phillips screwdriver and remove the negative (black) terminal first and then the potitive (red) terminal.

If you aren’t sure whether your battery is dead or just flat, then plug it into a motorcycle battery charger and see if it recovers the battery. In most cases it will. After 24 hours of charging, if the battery won’t start your Sym, you need to buy a new one as it has died.

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