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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-31-2017, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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Onboard battery maintainer

What does everyone recommend for a AGM battery maintainer? Wanting something I could wire up to the block heater with a switch to the heater.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-31-2017, 09:16 PM
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Battery maintainers worth a dang are the ones called Noco genius. I have the 15amp charger and boy let me tell you!!! Saved quite a few batteries deemed bad by autozone and etc. recently saved a battery from a mazarati (sp?) that was on its third battery!


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Battery maintainers worth a dang are the ones called Noco genius. I have the 15amp charger and boy let me tell you!!! Saved quite a few batteries deemed bad by autozone and etc. recently saved a battery from a mazarati (sp?) that was on its third battery!


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I've been thinking about doing that, just not sure what charger to use. I will look into those also.

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I've been thinking about doing that, just not sure what charger to use. I will look into those also.

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Re: Onboard battery maintainer

I've had good results with a battery tender brand. I bought the one with 4 outputs, 4 amps each. Works great.


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I've been thinking about doing that, just not sure what charger to use. I will look into those also.

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Donít know how to quote both you guys but the brand I listed is the chit. No other battery charger/tender will revive a dead battery like the noco - itís expensive though so keep that in mind. I have 3-4 other chargers that I bought over the years and I just want to give them away b/c they are inferior. I bought a chitter yellow top on cl just to see if it will work. Well for $20 bucks, itís still in one of my cars 2yrs later lol. Cheers!


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