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Quick question for those of you that have your Challengers Hibernate for the winter
I just bought a Battery Tender Plus and was wondering if:
A) Its ok to hook up the battery tender to the battery in the car. Should I remove the battery from the car? If not, do I have to remove the battery cables from the battery?
B) Is it ok to use the battery tender if my car is going to be covered with a car cover?
I was thinking about removing the driver side tail light and running the battery tender cables through the tail light hole to the battery.
I don't want to fudge anything up, so I thought I would ask those of you that have been using a battery tender when you store your car for the winter.
I use the power port in the center console to plug the tender into. The center power port is connected directly to the battery and not "switched" like the one on the lower dash console below the radio. You do not want to use that one.
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