Question about Robotoolz RT-7210-1G Robolaser, Self-Leveling, Remote-Controlled, Laser Le
Try keeping the terminal far away from any moisture and dirt. In fact isolating it may not be a bad idea. Try getting a battery box for it or sealing off the existing one, just make sure to use a drain tube and vent. Some stores have battery terminal isolators, these are less effective but can help. There is also a battery terminal sealant spray that may be helpful if you cannot get/use a battery box. Clean the terminals thoroughly, spray the terminal sealant, and use the battery box for a three way attack. This is especially use full in harsh climates. These methods can also be used on remote battery terminals that are on some cars.
Posted on May 04, 2009
SOURCE: Cleaning Battery Terminal?
Using a suitable container place a heaped tablespoon of common cooking 'bi-carbonate of soda' - add approx 4 cups of hot water .
Dip the battery terminals / battery clamps in and wait for the fizzing to stop.
This will neutralise and disolve the acidic deposits.
Wash off with clean water, then paint any exposed metal parts of the battery clamps with acid resistant paint.
Apply thin coating of vaseline to assembled battery terminals to resist future corrosion.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
SOURCE: I am trying to replace the battery for a '97 Suzuki Sidekick. The battery terminals were so corroded, I had to cut the wire and put on some universal terminals. There are two wires for each terminal-
This happens in the shop all the time. It is not necessary to remove the alarm if you have the remote for the alarm. Simply hook the battery up and press the button to turn the alarm off.
Posted on Nov 24, 2011
The max charge voltage is usually around 14.5 volts, so 14.4 is not high.
Its possible the battery has a dead cell and that is causing the acid problem.
You might want to check with the dealer on what the max voltage is for your car.
Posted on Oct 08, 2012
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