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Trickle charger for storing electric cushman golf cart

What is the safest way to hook up a 1.5 trickle charger for winter storage on my golf cart,it has 6 batteries, i don't want to hook the actual charger up to keep the batteries fully charged

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Contact manufacturer, and seek there advice

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Start up the engine a few times for no more than 30 seconds. This not only allows the stabilizer to work its way through the engine and the carburetors but will drain any excess water out of the engine as well.
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