Clean/Check Electrolyte Level (if required)
Open the grill assembly and gateway door to access the
Tighten the battery retainers every 1000 hours on all
BATTERY ELECTROLYTE CHART
Remove fill caps. Maintain electrolyte to bottom
on fill plug openings.
If addition of water is necessary, use distilled water. If
distilled water is not available use clean water that is low
in minerals. Do not use artificially softened water.
At proper charging rate, batteries should not require
more than 30 cc (1 ounce) water per cell per week.
Check the cell weekly in extreme temperatures, cell
water usage could be higher.
Keep batteries clean.
Loosen and remove cable clamps from all battery
Clean all battery terminals.
Clean all cable clamps.
Install and tighten cable clamps to battery
Coat cable damps and terminals with 5N-5561
Silicone Lubricant. petroleum jelly or MPGM
Battery or Battery Cable Replacement
NOTE: When replacing batteries or battery cables,
use the following procedure:
Turn the start switch to the OFF position.
Turn off (open) all electrical loads.
Disconnect the cable from ground (one cable
connects to frame and one to battery negative).
Be sure the cable cannot contact where it was just
Disconnect the negative battery cable terminal at
the battery(s) that goes to the start switch. Two 12
volt batteries are involved, the negative side of two
batteries must be disconnected.
Proceed with necessary system repairs.
Reverse steps two through five.
Every 250 Service Hours or 3 Months