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What Type of Battery is in My 03 Toyota Tacoma? It is the factory Battery. It is wet or Gel.. How can i tell ?

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If your battery has cap's you can remove to add water on top of the battery, it's going to be wet, that truck is not going to be gel, that for extreme off road.

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