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Sterling Heights, MI

Review: Battery Giant

http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=JSDb0 qWc93o Here is good video on you tube about Genius batery tenders.  (Jan 19, 2013 | post #22)

Sterling Heights, MI

Review: Battery Giant

I frequently shop at Battery Giant on Mound and 12-mile, this store used to be located on Mound and 17 mile. It appears they did not close they moved to a larger more populated location. Lead acid batteries will not remain charged with infrequent use, they will deteriorate you must use a battery tender and maintain the voltage above 12.2 volts otherwise sulfation will deteriorate the battery. Operating your ATV, motorcycle, snowmobile once a week or month will not properly charge the battery and the battery will self-destruct from sulfation. Several battery tenders have desulfation modes that can reverse the sulfation. The one that I prefer is the NOCO Genius. If the Genius detects sulfation it will automatically desulfate the battery.  (Jan 19, 2013 | post #21)

Sterling Heights, MI

Review: Battery Giant

How to Recover a Fully Discharged Lead Acid Battery X By James Stevens, eHow Contributor Print this article The best way to recover your battery is to charge it slowly. Lead-acid batteries need to be kept charged otherwise the cells can be permanently damaged. If you have a fully discharged lead-acid battery, the best way to recover it is to charge it very slowly using a "trickle " charge. This lets the individual cells recover and means the battery retains its charge. If you charge a fully discharged lead-acid battery quickly it's likely to lose its charge. Check the battery cell caps for removal. If the caps come off, verify fluid level inside the battery. Read more: How to Recover a Fully Discharged Lead Acid Battery | eHow.com http://www.ehow.co m/how_7486456_reco ver-discharged-lea d-acid-battery.htm l#ixzz2IQTnnKPe  (Jan 19, 2013 | post #20)