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    Yeah I'm a coucher, and proud of it! ticketplease's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    On Lake Bistineau

    Just wondering why....

    you have to disconnect the battery from the wireing to hook up the battery tender? Everything else I have has the battery tender leads on them so all I have to do when I get the bass boat, the seadoo, the yamaha motorcycle, even the electric start mower, to the house and put them up. All that is needed is to plug in the line from the battery tender and it's all set till the next time I use the equipment. What makes this Honda electrical system different. I've never heard of having to disconnect the battery from the system to put it on a Battery Tender. I understand that you don't crank it with the tender plugged into it and power going to the battery but with the thing shut down, no lanyard hooked up. What gives? TIA Steve

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    I've never heard of that. I've used Battery tender Jrs for years and have about 15 of them. The Honda skis are hooked to them with battery's.

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