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Unread 04-27-2009, 05:43 PM   #21
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Unread 04-27-2009, 05:48 PM   #22
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Okay, so if one battery is lower than suggested, and will not go to its normal strength,that would indicate its a bad battery?
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ANd where do I detect voltage?On the connections on the batteries/Thanks again for your help
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Yes, you could confirm the low voltage reading with a low activity reading from the hydrometer and be certain...... Now a word of caution about mixing old and new batteries..... They charge at very different rates....the demands to completely charge the old ones will completely cook the new one.....what is stamped into the lead base of the neg battery terminals? All the same?
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ANd where do I detect voltage?On the connections on the batteries/Thanks again for your help
pack voltage can be read at the charger plug and individual readings on the the 2 terminals of any one battery.....+ and -
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I am going to checks some thing out! Thanks again.I will be back later .you have been very helpful!
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It worked just fine, Reverend.
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I bought the voltmeter at HD and its only reading 1?I think i am doing it wrong because when I do my hydrometer,it shows the batteries are good.Then I just noticed water is coming out fo the caps after sitting awhile?I have had my cart for 4 years and necer had problems.HELP
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