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i recently aquired a new battery as my suzuki GN often refused to start, i have just got around to filling the battery with the acid provided. i filled it as intructed up to the upper level (but ran out for the last section and it only went up to the lower level) i then charged it for the correct time and most of the sections are far above the upper level.


My question is, Is it dangerous to attatch the battery when the acid is above the upper level? and if so how would you suggest getting the acid out again ? :S thank you very much, i would appreciate any advice!


Thanks

:cheers:

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do not put the battery on with it filled incorrectly.. maybe you could tip the fluid out into a clean container that you obviously don't need to use again. then fill it to the fill lines and not above :D



you'r not blonde by any chance are ya :mrgreen:

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do not put the battery on with it filled incorrectly.. maybe you could tip the fluid out into a clean container that you obviously don't need to use again. then fill it to the fill lines and not above :D



you'r not blonde by any chance are ya :mrgreen:

 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmaybe!! :P hey, life is all about learning! :P thanks

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I would use a hypodermic syringe (they are supplied in printer ink cartridge refills) to transfer acid from one cell to another, and remember it's acid you are dealing with, so goggles, protective gloves, and old clothes are a must.

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I would use a hypodermic syringe (they are supplied in printer ink cartridge refills) to transfer acid from one cell to another, and remember it's acid you are dealing with, so goggles, protective gloves, and old clothes are a must.

 


And if you havent got goggles, put your helmet on with your visor down!


If anybody asks, you think you're a power ranger!

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