Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Oakwood, Ontario
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I did get myself a battery tender, but after 24 hours of charging the battery tender indicated that the battery was defective and should be replaced!
Now, being Income tax time, I was going over my invoices for my vehicles, and came across the sheet from the dealer ( last time serviced before putting away for winter ) a note from the lube person, that the electronic battery test indicated that the battery was very WEAK! You think that since the car was in for a hard starting problem, that maybe someone should have looked at the battery.... apparently not. I called the dealership and told them what I had found, and they replied " I guess we owe you a new battery" So I guess I will have to wait until spring to start the car again.
I did learn 2 things, one about battery tenders... great little machines
two, actually read the paperwork I get from the dealer.....
thanks for the help