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Owners attention it! The most common damage to battery behavior
Source: | Author:lilead | Publish time: 2017-07-30 | 1312 Views | Share:

Extinguish the state for a long time to use the car electrical equipment. This is the majority of owners in the daily car will encounter the most, it is easier to ignore the problem. Such as sitting in the car and other individuals or something, in order to save a lot of drivers will choose to turn off the engine and then sit in the car with the sound to listen to the radio or watch DVD, so the purpose of saving fuel is achieved, but will be deep Hurt your battery. The correct use of the method is in the state of continuous exposure to listen to radio as long as not more than 30 minutes, and do not recommend everyone in the flameout state using the car DVD and other equipment.

Use an external power supply in the off state. External power supply equipment such as car vacuum cleaner, portable inflatable pump, etc., should not be used in the vehicle flameout state. Because of the power of these devices are relatively large, in the flameout state for a long time is easy to consume the battery within the storage, thus affecting your vehicle's normal start. In addition, similar to this "fast power", the battery itself is also no small damage.

Turn off the lights after parking. After the car forget to turn off the lights in two categories, one is the night to stop the car to close the car "headlamps", so one night down your car battery must "lying nest", the next day can only find someone to take electricity. The second category is more likely to occur in the evening parking and others, in order to save the oil most of the owners will choose to turn off, but at this time do not forget to adjust the headlights to "show wide light" mode. Not only can protect the battery, but also can play a warning used, and the car is not affected by normal lighting.

The vehicle is parked for a long time. As the battery will be self-discharge, if the vehicle is not used for a long time may lead to battery power consumption, and ultimately can not start the vehicle or damage the battery. The vehicle is best to stay for a long time to try to keep every 15 days to restart once, and each time the engine running about 20 minutes, so that the battery is fully charged.

For more information on protecting your car, please visit the Lilead Smart Battery website www.lileadbattery.com