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How long do you charge a pegperego 12 volt battery

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It depends on what the ah is of the battery, usually one hour for every ah that the battery is, so if its 12ah battery then charge it for 12 hours

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

yes, you have to remove the blue cover and then they are very easy to change. just remove the screws.

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