SimonJester Posted April 13 Share Posted April 13 Last fall we purchased a cover for our Oliver Elite II. We purchased it with the Solar panels and Trojan 6V 105 batteries. I maintain the water in the batteries every month with distilled water in the Trojan battery watering system. I also purchased a small solar panel to hopefully keep the batteries charged. Well, it did not work. So, I write to ask several questions: First, what do others do to maintain Trojan 105 Batteries when they get stored for a long period? Second, how best to charge and then test the batteries? These are the batteries that came in the Oliver when we purchased it in June of 2017. I do not want to charge the batteries take off on a trip and a few days or miles down the road realize the batteries are not good. Third, is there a specific procedure on how to disconnect and hook up four 6V batteries in a series and parallel configuration? Thank you for any thoughts and comments! Joe Cox Hull Number 232 Tow vehicle 2019 Ford F-150 with 3.0 liter diesel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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