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comment Should negative trickle charger clips be attached to the battery negative terminal, or ground?
Thanks @TMN, I stand corrected...
Jan
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19
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revised How would you move a small vehicle a relatively short distance
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answered Making a 1st Gen (1998) RAV4's accessory socket always live - which relay and how to access it?
Jan
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comment How much does a driver weigh?
@LynnCrumbling - 24 miles per hour - the internet has worked out out!
Jan
14
comment Should negative trickle charger clips be attached to the battery negative terminal, or ground?
Yes, this is talking about connecting it in the car - obviously if the battery is out of the car, you can't use a remote connection...
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reviewed Leave Open What actually happens when there is way too much oil in a car engine?
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reviewed No Action Needed 2001 Infiniti QX4 rough idle - leaking fuel damper vacuum port
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Jan
13
comment Should negative trickle charger clips be attached to the battery negative terminal, or ground?
I was just trying to decide that - In theory as long as no current is going to flow, then there shouldn't be a spark, and so there shouldn't be a risk. Most modern batteries are sealed ('maintenance free'), so, again in theory, shouldn't release any gas - but then do you trust them...
Jan
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answered Should negative trickle charger clips be attached to the battery negative terminal, or ground?