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How to power my battery conditioner when don't have an outlet to plug into
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Posts: 2Registered: Sep 2015
NormS
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Saturday, September 12, 2015 11:53 AM

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I have a new 2015 California T. The dealership has said that if I don't drive the car for a few days that I need to plug the battery conditioner that came with the car into the car so that the battery does not become discharged. The problem is that I live in a condominium and there are no outlets in the condo garage into which I may plug my battery conditioner. Does anyone have a suggestion for some time of battery pack that I might be able to charge in my condo and take down to the car and plug the battery conditioner into and then connect the battery conditioner to the car? I travel, sometimes am away for 3 or 4 weeks and would like to come up with a solution other than having my car started several times while away.




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Posts: 7Registered: Dec 2001
pgilpat
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Tuesday, January 05, 2016 7:08 AM

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See if your condo has another parking space with access to an outlet. Barring that your car has a built-in battery disconnect. While it won't keep your battery up to a perfect charge, at least the rest of the car's internals won't drag it down.





 Message edited by: pgilpat on 01/05/2016 07:11:38


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