Question about Ford F-250
Diesel starters work a lot harder than gas. Diesels have a much higher compression than a gas engine, usually at least double and that is why your truck has 2 batteries. Removing one is not a good idea and will not save you any time or money. If the truck will start, doing so on one battery will lead to premature failure and could damage your starter. Removing a battery will also impair your preheating system because it works like a stove element, converting electricity to heat. Leave both batteries in the truck and hooked up. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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