At 02:10 PM 1/17/2006 -0500, PJ McGarvey wrote:
>After talking to Pulsetech, they explained that parasitic voltage drain might
>make keeping the battery fully charged unavoidable.
Did you mean to say "After talking to Pulsetech, they explained that parasitic
might make keeping the battery fully charged impossible"?
If your battery goes dead after a week of non-driving, you have a serious
current drain somewhere. You should
get a meter that measures current, and track it down. It should be quick to
find by pulling fuses, without
having to sit around and wait to see how long the battery takes to go dead.
disconnect a battery cable and connect the meter between the cable and the
Also, if your battery is regularly going dead, it may already have gotten
harmed or ruined by all
that deep discharging.