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Lemon Juice and 12 VOLT BATTERY CELL REPAIR.. TEMPORARY/PERMANENT FIX


This concerns any maintenance type battery.
What I mean is if you can pop a top/cap off a cell on your battery then my fix may just work for you and save you some of that hard earned cash.

If your battery has at least one bad or weak cell this is worth a try.
I test my battery cells with a battery charger on high.
with the cell caps off so you can look down inside the cells like you were checking the water level watch for bubbling to occur in each cell after the charger has been on it for a couple of hours.
If you see several cells bubbling but one is not or any others are not then this trick applies to you.
Go to the fridge and grab the lemon juice. If you don't have any you will need some but before you go I must warn you that I have only rejuvenated 4 battery's out of 20 tried.
Now you might say that isn't the best of records however how much is 4 time the cost of your new battery?

I'm a skinflint from way back when dirt was first an idea and I enjoy spending my money on other things then frivolous items like replacing car parts.
Once you have the lemon juice take 3-4 cap fulls and pour it into the cells that are not bubbling.
There is something about the citrus acid that works on a bad or weak cell.
Keep the battery charger on over night and then check to see if you got lucky. I allow it to sit another 24 hours after the charge and without the charger on it and then test the battery with a meter. If it shows 12 volts then even if you didn't see active bubbles you may have still fixed it enough to start your vehicle.
I thought of this because I have one sitting right here and it is the 4th one I fixed. So rather you get lucky this time don't be afraid to try it on the next one that goes bad. You will get lucky one of these times and you will be sitting at the movies with you mate thinking thanks Raz for the battery trick, While your necking away in bliss not paying a bit of attention to the movie.
Good Luck, The Raz Shack

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Is lemon an acid


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Hi Amy! I have the same problem! My engine failed, because the oil filter gasket came loose, and fell into the piston. Needless to say, the whole engine became clogged. They replaced my 2011 Traverse's engine with a new one, but now it has a hard time starting. I'm picking it up tomorrow, hopefully for the last time. If it's the same problem, I will contact a Lemon Law type Attorney. Any feedback? thanks!
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Forget a warrantee,it is 8 years old

Any slipping of a transmision, means it won't
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Hopefully a wiring issue

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A law was placed for the benefit of consumers to prevent them from a lemon vehicle. In a nut shell if any vehicle such as a car is under warranty period and is suffering from various defects that prevent a consumer to use the vehicle effectively then Lemon law act or the Magnuson Moss Act comes into force.

Lemon law can be enforced on any sort of vehicle like a car, truck, van, SUV, motorcycle, boat or computer, etc. If any of these consumer durables is found to be defective then the consumer is entitled for either money back, replacement or a cash settlement. The law can be consulted with a Lemon law attorney as various states have different lemon laws. Some states have a lemon law for only the automobiles but some also include other consumer durables like computers, etc.

A dealer or manufacturer should have made number of attempts to repair the vehicle before being declared as lemon. Usually three or more attempts in row over a short period of time are required for any vehicle to be termed as lemon. Lemon law is also applicable to vehicles which have been resold but are still under warranty and meet the mileage and time criteria. More often it is very difficult to persuade a manufacturer to accept a lemon vehicle. In such cases a lemon suit is often called for.

To ensure whether a vehicle is a lemon or not one should observe certain conditions of the vehicle before pursuing a lemon law suit. A vehicle should exhibit some serious defect or some abnormal condition. Such a condition should be covered by manufacturer's warranty. Number of attempts for repair should also be taken into account before preparing a lemon law suit. A written notice should have also been issued to the manufacturer prior to a lemon law suit.

A vehicle that has been bought back by the manufacturer from the customer is known as a Lemon Buy Back. Such lemon buy backs are often sold in auctions as used cars by the manufacturers.

The Lemon law enforced for protecting consumers from the lemon vehicles is Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. This lemon law states that any advertised guarantee should explicitly state relevant information about a warranty. This law ensures that any warranty for goods above $15 should be clearly expressed on the goods and should be clear and easy to understand. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty act enables a consumer to bring suit to any manufacturer, supplier, warrantor, or service contractor for any defective piece of good or services.

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