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  1. #11
    Frantically Relaxing
    I don't like AGM batteries.

    Ok, that said-- If you think you have a problem, then what you're going to need to do is take every one of those batteries out and haul them to a battery shop and have them load tested. One bad battery can mess up a batch, and load testing will tell if one or more of them ARE bad.

    If they all load-test okay, then you'll know why I don't like AGM batteries...

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    Senior Member Endurance's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    Lake Powell, Utah
    I agree that your best bet at this point is to pull all eight batteries and take them to the battery seller for testing. I know that's a lot of work. It seems only fair that your installer be the one doing this work for free.

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    Cadiz, Ky--Okeechobee, Fl
    I would go to an auto parts store and purchase a battery load tester, about $40, and check my own first. You might have only one bad one.

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    Senior Member Miller Tyme's Avatar
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    Feb 2006
    Quote Originally Posted by GoVols View Post
    How many batteries do you have in your bank?
    4- 6 volt trojan batteries

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