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    Question stupid question re. battery conditioners

    I'm not too hot on auto electrics so this might seem a stupid question, but which battery (twin batteries) do I connect my battery conditioner to on my '73S?
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    Re: stupid question re. battery conditioners

    Originally posted by james
    I'm not too hot on auto electrics so this might seem a stupid question, but which battery (twin batteries) do I connect my battery conditioner to on my '73S?
    Hi,

    No such thing as a dumb question!

    As near as I can tell, it does not matter. I hookup my charger to the one near the spare as it is easier for me to get to.
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    Agreed...hooking to either will charge both.
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