Battery Maintenance Tips - Check And Maintain Regularly
- Sep 18, 2018 -

It is particularly difficult to maintain the reliable charging and discharging balance of the vehicle's electrical system due to the increased power of the engine when the motor starts up in the low-temperature vehicle and the large amount of power consumed by the complex electrical appliances in the vehicle, which is more obvious when driving in the busy urban area. In the process of parking, the battery always has a certain current consumption due to the self-discharging effect of the battery itself and the dormant current required by the control unit such as anti-theft. A long period of parking without charging will certainly result in battery damage. The characteristics of the battery determine that the battery should be inspected and maintained on a regular basis, and the operation is as follows:

1) check the level of electrolyte regularly according to the manufacturer's instructions, and supplement distilled water to the maximum scale when necessary.

2) to reduce battery self-discharging, keep the external surface of the battery clean and dry.

3) for normally used vehicles, the electrolyte density or open circuit voltage of the battery shall be checked regularly. When the electrolyte density is lower than 1.2g/ml or the open circuit voltage is lower than 12.3v, the battery shall be recharged to above 12.7v.

4) if the vehicle is idle for more than two weeks, it is recommended to disconnect or turn off the battery's main switch; If idle for more than two months, the battery should be removed.

5) the battery should be stored in the above - 10 ℃ and 35 ℃ below, every march charge at least once


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