Resolutions: Battery woesResolutions: Battery woesResolutions: Battery woes

by:CTECHi     2019-11-26
(Jan 17, 2008)
In last week\'s column, I mistakenly said, \"you can have a lot of 12-
Volt battery \"in series\", you still have only 12 V, so the size of the tractor battery will not cause damage to another 12 V batteryvolt battery.
\"I would like to thank at least 27 knowledgeable people, such as Steve Duric president and operations manager of Hamilton Wayco Truck and Trailer Services, who corrected me with their email
Mail, thank you very much.
Hello Dennis! In your Jan.
10. on the topic of improving the battery, I would like to put forward the following two points: 1. )Hooking up 12-
No matter how many batteries are connected, the Volt battery in the parallel circuit will give you 12 volts.
The voltage will be increased in series. (ie: 24-
Voltage systems on most large building equipment. )2. )
In addition, many farm tractors, especially those from the UK, or those using the Lucas electrical system, have a positive ground circuit, thus reversing the polarity of the battery.
This may also be the reason for the spark splash when the cable is connected.
I can add, though, that your other views are certainly more common and more grounded. A.
I know some British people.
Origin tractors do reverse politics, in which case the tractor may have a Lucas electrical system that has a positive ground circuit that generates sparks when the cable is connected.
I should know what type of tractor The author has before I answer, but anyway, everything is fine.
He took off the battery of the car and found it frozen. Q. I am 84-years-
The elderly and most likely shouldn\'t drive anyway, but I feel like I can still drive the car well.
I was smart enough to know when I was taken to repair the car.
I had a flat tire about three weeks ago.
I drove about a quarter of an hour in the apartment and I\'m sure the garage would use it as an excuse for edge damage.
There is nothing wrong with rim in my opinion, but they still replaced it for me.
I asked for the old rim at the back and they said they would put it in the trunk.
I checked a few days later but the car circle was not in the car.
I called the rear tyre exit and they told me they did put the wheel in the car.
I don\'t believe rim was damaged and I paid $50 for something I didn\'t need. Can you help? A.
On your invoice you will see an area that says \"old parts have been rejected.
\"You will also see a place where you should sign.
You did not sign.
The company concerned requires the customer\'s signature on all invoices, but it does not in your case.
Did not follow the company procedure, so there was a $50 check in the service counter plus taxes.
If you would like to send the check to you, please contact Phil of the billing department using the invoice phone number and he will send you the check by mail.
By the way, if you drive as carefully as you write, you will drive for a while.
Do you have a query for Dennis sullivan?
Send your question by email
Email to Dennis
Cogeco of Osullivan.
Ca, or send via Winona 10019 mailbox on L8E 5R1. (Jan 17, 2008)
In last week\'s column, I mistakenly said, \"you can have a lot of 12-
Volt battery \"in series\", you still have only 12 V, so the size of the tractor battery will not cause damage to another 12 V batteryvolt battery.
\"I would like to thank at least 27 knowledgeable people, such as Steve Duric president and operations manager of Hamilton Wayco Truck and Trailer Services, who corrected me with their email
Mail, thank you very much.
Hello Dennis! In your Jan.
10. on the topic of improving the battery, I would like to put forward the following two points: 1. )Hooking up 12-
No matter how many batteries are connected, the Volt battery in the parallel circuit will give you 12 volts.
The voltage will be increased in series. (ie: 24-
Voltage systems on most large building equipment. )2. )
In addition, many farm tractors, especially those from the UK, or those using the Lucas electrical system, have a positive ground circuit, thus reversing the polarity of the battery.
This may also be the reason for the spark splash when the cable is connected.
I can add, though, that your other views are certainly more common and more grounded. A.
I know some British people.
Origin tractors do reverse politics, in which case the tractor may have a Lucas electrical system that has a positive ground circuit that generates sparks when the cable is connected.
I should know what type of tractor The author has before I answer, but anyway, everything is fine.
He took off the battery of the car and found it frozen. Q. I am 84-years-
The elderly and most likely shouldn\'t drive anyway, but I feel like I can still drive the car well.
I was smart enough to know when I was taken to repair the car.
I had a flat tire about three weeks ago.
I drove about a quarter of an hour in the apartment and I\'m sure the garage would use it as an excuse for edge damage.
There is nothing wrong with rim in my opinion, but they still replaced it for me.
I asked for the old rim at the back and they said they would put it in the trunk.
I checked a few days later but the car circle was not in the car.
I called the rear tyre exit and they told me they did put the wheel in the car.
I don\'t believe rim was damaged and I paid $50 for something I didn\'t need. Can you help? A.
On your invoice you will see an area that says \"old parts have been rejected.
\"You will also see a place where you should sign.
You did not sign.
The company concerned requires the customer\'s signature on all invoices, but it does not in your case.
Did not follow the company procedure, so there was a $50 check in the service counter plus taxes.
If you would like to send the check to you, please contact Phil of the billing department using the invoice phone number and he will send you the check by mail.
By the way, if you drive as carefully as you write, you will drive for a while.
Do you have a query for Dennis sullivan?
Send your question by email
Email to Dennis
Cogeco of Osullivan.
Ca, or send via Winona 10019 mailbox on L8E 5R1. (Jan 17, 2008)
In last week\'s column, I mistakenly said, \"you can have a lot of 12-
Volt battery \"in series\", you still have only 12 V, so the size of the tractor battery will not cause damage to another 12 V batteryvolt battery.
\"I would like to thank at least 27 knowledgeable people, such as Steve Duric president and operations manager of Hamilton Wayco Truck and Trailer Services, who corrected me with their email
Mail, thank you very much.
Hello Dennis! In your Jan.
10. on the topic of improving the battery, I would like to put forward the following two points: 1. )Hooking up 12-
No matter how many batteries are connected, the Volt battery in the parallel circuit will give you 12 volts.
The voltage will be increased in series. (ie: 24-
Voltage systems on most large building equipment. )2. )
In addition, many farm tractors, especially those from the UK, or those using the Lucas electrical system, have a positive ground circuit, thus reversing the polarity of the battery.
This may also be the reason for the spark splash when the cable is connected.
I can add, though, that your other views are certainly more common and more grounded. A.
I know some British people.
Origin tractors do reverse politics, in which case the tractor may have a Lucas electrical system that has a positive ground circuit that generates sparks when the cable is connected.
I should know what type of tractor The author has before I answer, but anyway, everything is fine.
He took off the battery of the car and found it frozen. Q. I am 84-years-
The elderly and most likely shouldn\'t drive anyway, but I feel like I can still drive the car well.
I was smart enough to know when I was taken to repair the car.
I had a flat tire about three weeks ago.
I drove about a quarter of an hour in the apartment and I\'m sure the garage would use it as an excuse for edge damage.
There is nothing wrong with rim in my opinion, but they still replaced it for me.
I asked for the old rim at the back and they said they would put it in the trunk.
I checked a few days later but the car circle was not in the car.
I called the rear tyre exit and they told me they did put the wheel in the car.
I don\'t believe rim was damaged and I paid $50 for something I didn\'t need. Can you help? A.
On your invoice you will see an area that says \"old parts have been rejected.
\"You will also see a place where you should sign.
You did not sign.
The company concerned requires the customer\'s signature on all invoices, but it does not in your case.
Did not follow the company procedure, so there was a $50 check in the service counter plus taxes.
If you would like to send the check to you, please contact Phil of the billing department using the invoice phone number and he will send you the check by mail.
By the way, if you drive as carefully as you write, you will drive for a while.
Do you have a query for Dennis sullivan?
Send your question by email
Email to Dennis
Cogeco of Osullivan.
Ca, or send via Winona 10019 mailbox on L8E 5R1.
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