Posted by George Marsh on December 22, 2012 at 06:17:23 from (184.108.40.206):
I have my vehicles serviced at the Buick/GMC dealer. Last year my truck battery didn't pass their load test. I replaced battery and purchased a Batteryminder charger 12248 that was to desulfate the plates. After 3 months, there was no change in load test.
Now my car failed the load test. Does anyone have a charger that will really desulfate plates and the load tester will show better numbers in the long term?
I'm not talking adding snake oil to battery, I want a charger to do the job and to be able to measure an improvement with a load tester.
I paid over $110 for the batteryminder. If there is something that will work, I'm ready to buy it.
When a battery fails a load test, it's a matter of time before you get stranded some place. Usually it happens late at night, weekends, it's cold, raining, when you have to be someplace. So I replace batteries in my car and turck when they fail load test. Put them in a tractor if they fit. Not a big deal if they fail then. George
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