Same thing happened to mine. What I found was this: There is a rectangular hole that allows the male clip to be pushed through to secure the top shelter piece (black plastic trim part above the battery). I added a green arrow pointing to the tab. In my instance, the tab with the hole is weaker than the male clip on the top shelter. When the dealer installed the battery, the male clip only pushed down on the tab. It did not break, but it sort of floated on top and did not engage. What I ended up doing was to remove the small storage compartment from that side, reach under and push the clip through the tab with my fingers. I had to install the storage compartment last, which was tricky. I managed to get it done without breaking or scratching anything, but I did have to be careful not to bend or move the plastic pieces beyond their limits in doing so. In my case, it was just the battery side that was misaligned, but I suspect the same could happen to the other side as well. Hope this helps, and good luck...has anyone had this problem? my bike has never fallen or leaned or touched hardly to somewhere but these plastics became like on photos by themselves?
That is the problem I referred to in my thread from last spring HERE. It has happened for some on both sides, but most have had the problem on the left.has anyone had this problem? my bike has never fallen or leaned or touched hardly to somewhere but these plastics became like on photos by themselves?