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Old 12-03-2012, 08:02 AM
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Originally Posted by David Williamso View Post
Better yet get a battery tender, it holds the voltage just like the alternator does. Plug the car in and it will be ready to go when you want it. Clean it fill the gas tank, change the oil and pump up the tires and you are done. I have 2 cars stored in my garage every winter and that is what i do.
David

Easier than tearing into the trunk, but is it better?

A resounding NO!

Why, just imagine the strain on our nation's electrical grid with every winterized car marinating on a battery tender.

David Williamso, it is your patriotic duty to go the extra mile, to make the effort above and beyond what is easy and convenient, to disconnect those batteries!
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