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Hey guys :) I recently bought a piaggio xevo 250 2014 model. I was wondering if anyone knows if i could change the 2 small light bulbs that sit beside the 2 basic lights. what would be a fit? 12v??


same voltage as the batteries in series connection ( 12 volt batteries connected positive to negative is series and would be 24 volts
batteries connected positive to positive will be 12 volts

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Can you boost off a 99 crown victoria battery


Yes, you can. Be advised to hook the positive cable to the positive posts first ( + ) on both batteries, then the negative cable to the "good" battery negative post ( - ) next, then to the "bad" battery's negative post.
It is preferable to do the last step hookup to the engine block (or somewhere else that is steel) than the bad battery to prevent a spark which very rarely can make an explosion.
Also remember. Your alternator is not a battery charger. Therefore, if and when you decide to "boost" someone else off, after you hook up the cables you may well need to have your car engine running about 1,500 RPM and leave the cables to the "bad" battery on for about 5 minutes.

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In my Motorola t6320 Talkabout, some of the battery connectors have corroded and broken off. Can the be replaced?


The battery contacts are the part you are describing as missing or corrosion damaged. These parts are not available from Motorola for replacement in this radio. Your best solution is to replace the radio. Sorry.

Best regards.

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I want to put 4 batteries together 4x 12v 7AH. and how many volts and AH would that be.


It depends on how you connect the batteries. If you connect the negative of battery one to the positive of battery 2, the negative of battery 2 to the positive of battery 3 the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4 then the positive of battery 1 and the negative of battery 4 will give you 48v 7AH. (This is known as connecting in series.)

If you connect the four positives together. Connect the 4 negatives together it will give you 12v 28 AH. (This is known as parallel connection.)

If you connect the negative of battery 1 to the positive of battery 2. Connect the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4. Connect the positive of battery 1 to the positive of battery 3 and the negative of battery 2 to the negative of battery 4. You'll get 24v 14AH from the connection of the positive of battery 1 and battery 3, and the negative of battery 2 to battery 4. (This is known as series parallel connection)

Jul 19, 2011 | Electric Cycling

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I have 4 x 12v batteries 7ah each. if i put these 4 batteries together . how many volt and AH would this be. please reply . thank you


It depends on how you connect the batteries. If you connect the negative of battery one to the positive of battery 2, the negative of battery 2 to the positive of battery 3 the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4 then the positive of battery 1 and the negative of battery 4 will give you 48v 7AH. (This is known as connecting in series.)

If you connect the four positives together. Connect the 4 negatives together it will give you 12v 28 AH. (This is known as parallel connection.)

If you connect the negative of battery 1 to the positive of battery 2. Connect the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4. Connect the positive of battery 1 to the positive of battery 3 and the negative of battery 2 to the negative of battery 4. You'll get 24v 14AH from the connection of the positive of battery 1 and battery 3, and the negative of battery 2 to battery 4. (This is known as series parallel connection)

Jul 19, 2011 | Electric Cycling

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I need to reattach two deep cycle batteries to my fleetwood rv. Do I attach to one battery ms then attach the extra leads to the other battery , or do I attach the positive lead to one battery and the...


It should be positive to positive, negative to negative - parallel, not serial.

The simple way to tell is by how many cables you have. If you've got one positive and one negative, and only one jumper, it's a 24 volt system and should be connected in serial. If you've got one positive and one negative and two jumpers, it's a 12 volt system, and should be connected parallel.

If in doubt, connect up in parallel and test things. If everything works, it's a 12 volt system and you're good to go. If everything doesn't work (lights are dim, inverter doesn't give AC, etc.), it's a 24 volt system and you need to change to serial.

Serial - positive to system connection on battery 1, negative on battery 1 to positive on battery 2, negative on battery 2 to system negative.

Parallel - positive on battery 1 connects to positive on battery 2 and the system positive, negative on battery 1 connects to negative on battery 2 and the system negative.

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This unit comes with a Four Conductor Cable to hook up power in. How are these four conductors hooked to power?


Disconnect the battery. Connect the green wire to the Negative terminal.Put a 20a fuse inline on the black wire and connect to Negative terminal.Put a 20a fuse inline on the red wire and connect to Positive terminal.
Put a 1a fuse on the yellow wire and connect to ignition switch - if you don't want to use the Ignition Sense feature, connect the yellow wire to Positive terminal.Re-connect the battery and test.

Nov 11, 2010 | Motorola VC5090-MA0QM0GH6WR Wireless...

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Loading batteries


Most Nikon manual focus cameras I see have the same battery chamber, and their battery loading procedure are exactly the same. Use a coin to unscrew the battery chamber at the buttom, the batteries should be instered into the battery holder (the unscrewed part) , with negative end goes in first. Also refer to the battery insertion direction on the side of the plastic part of the battery holder you will find it :)

Dec 21, 2007 | Nikon FE 35mm SLR Camera

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