Question about 2008 Ford F 450 Super Duty
Good morning, I own a 1988 34ft. Pace Arrow MH. Last year my husband wanted to put all new batteries in under the hood and took all of them out at the same time. Problem now is he can't remember how the hook up goes. Help!!! He has battery hooked up to start engine but is confused about the other batteries is the a trick you can tell us. Please email me at FlagMom97@aol.com
NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT the batteries should NOT be connected in series, they should be connected in parallel.
Connecting them in series will cause an over voltage which can, and will quickly burn components of the vehicle.
I'd need to know how many batteries are in the vehicle, their location, and what cables are on the vehicle to answer this question properly.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
All the batterys are in series
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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