Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Always replace batteries in pairs. Connecting one new battery and one old battery in parallel can damage the new battery. Consistently leaving the batteries in a discharged state causes irreversible sulfation, which will turn new batteries to junk in nothing flat. These trucks require Group 65 batteries to ensure proper fitment and capacity. Clean and neutralize or replace corroded terminals before connecting them to new batteries.
'89 F250 2WD XLT Lariat Supercab,
7.3 IDI, C6, 10.25" 3:55, dump bed.
Mods: Gear Vendors overdrive, ATS 085/088
"Frankenturbo", boost and EGT gauges in pod,
K&N air filter, cold air intake, filter minder, rear
work lights, 'monback beeper, pintle+ball hitch,
brake controller, CB.
Wish list: 130 amp G3 alternator, front hitch,
new hood, fresh paint.