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C6-Winter Storage - Battery

KP99

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I recently bought a Sears Die-Hard Battery Charger/Maintainer.
Is it suffcient enough to use the 12Volt accessory plug and plug into the lighter outlet versus the complete hook-up to the battery?
Is it safe and will it maintain the battery. I have always tried to start my other Vettes I have had periodically during the winter month's.
I would appreciate any input.
 

twiget

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I've always connected the battery tender directly to the battery. In the case of our C6's, I've heard it is better (easier?) to connect the battery tender to the jump-start points under the hood, instead of the battery.

:thumb Jason
 

GS Diva

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I've always connected the battery tender directly to the battery. In the case of our C6's, I've heard it is better (easier?) to connect the battery tender to the jump-start points under the hood, instead of the battery.

:thumb Jason

That's what we do with both the C6 and the C5. It has always worked well for us.

Elaine
 

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