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Thread: Batteries.

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    Auckland NZ


    I have both my batteries out at present and on the charger ( see Millennial Post )
    Not being an Auto Electrician do both batteries share load evenly or is there a path of least resistance in regards to starter motor draw.
    If so should I swap them over ie RHS to LHS and visa versa .
    They are both Interstate's and have never failed me ( not including human idiot factor )
    Thanks in advance ,,, actually dont worry about this question,, I will have to check on Terminal positions. I am unsure if it is even possible.

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    No, you're good as long as all the connections are clean.
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