How to Protect Battery

  • tick-iconClose the entire electrical component inside the car before off the engine.
  • tick-iconCheck the fluid levels per battery cell once or twice every 3 months with a new battery. Twice a week, if the battery
    is older than 1½ years.
  • tick-iconRefill only distiller water while battery has cooled, usually in the early morning. Strictly NO tap water.
  • tick-iconWater added should cover the battery's plates and be no higher than 2 to 4 mm from the bottom of the vent so as
    not to overfill the battery.
  • tick-iconAlways keep the acid level between LOWER and UPPER lines on conventional batteries. topup water between min-max
  • tick-iconCables, terminals, cover, and container should be inspected and cleaned if they look dirty or corroded.
  • tick-iconNever do with a battery
    1. tick-iconYou should never expose it to flame. The gasses emitted by batteries can be explosive.
    2. tick-iconNever short circuit the battery. It may explode.
    3. tick-iconPrevent water inside battery from coming in contact with skin or eyes, as it is acidic.
    4. tick-iconNever lean over the battery while it is charging or being jump-started.
    5. tick-iconDo not lift the battery by it sides. Applying pressure to the sides may cause the battery acid to spill, especially
      batteries with plastic cases. Use a battery carrier or lift it with your hands at opposite corners.
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