Batteries and charging

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On 6/12/06 9:15 pm, "Alan" wrote:
Good advice Alan, especially on very modern cars. A pal of mine jumped of a
Vauxhall MPV thingy using the traditional jump lead method earlier this
year.
Result was blown ECU, blown driver's door motor, sunroof motor and power
steering (also electric). The bloody car must have been made of
chocolate.....
Neill Watson
 
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Alan,
just to clarify.
When the (dead) car is started and you turn on the heaters (etc. to enduce a load) do you leave the cables connected to
the other (starter) car or have u disconnected them straight after being started (and b4 u turn on the 'load')?
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Alan wrote:
 
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Hi Brendan,
You turn on the load and then disconnect after a few minutes.
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Regards,
Julian Voelcker
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Skype: julianvoelcker
Cirencester, United Kingdom
1994 HDJ80, 2.5" OME Lift
 
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