A cold weather battery test to perform.

Carsinmyblood

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I'd like to try something, but I don't live where it's cold enough to get results.

Park the car in a 72* garage and charge to 100% and note the GOM.
Take it outside at 35* overnight and note the GOM in the morning.
Bring it back into the 72* garage overnight and note the GOM after the battery warms back up.

Will the GOM bounce back to first reading? If not, where did the energy go?

Anybody game?

 

 
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