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    normal battery crank voltage?

    hi, i want to ask if you guys have a margin for cranking the engine, for it to run..thanx...


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    From what I hear, 10.5-10.6V is about as low as it can go and still have spark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy95'slx780 View Post
    ...a margin for cranking the engine, for it to run..thanx...
    A strong battery will deliver more than 11.0 volts while cranking the engine.

    You want to see at least 10.6 volts while cranking. If the battery voltage drops more than this, replace the battery.

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