Question about Heavy Duty Associated Equipment 6002B 6/12/18/24 Volt Heavy-Duty Battery Charger
First off, disconnect all those accessory wires, leave only the battery cables hooked to the battery. Charge the battery properly over a long time with small voltage input so the battery won't overheat and warp the plates inside.
The voltage after fully charged should be about 12.75v-12.80v, when you check the battery with a voltmeter.
I am quite certain that one of the accessories is drawing down the battery which is why it is dying in three days.
You might want to buy a little hydrometer made for a MC battery too, so you can check each cell to make sure there is not a dead one, this too can cause the battery to go dead in three days, because it will not hold a charge.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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