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My Prius battery is dead. I had not driven it for several days. How to recharge it. I understand there are two batteriesw. How to locate the smaller one. What voltage or other settingts on charger to use. Tx, I am not sure why it is dead. Possible that I left lights on or door ajar. I am not sure.

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12 volt charger will get you done 10 or 15 amps slow charge

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