Originally Posted by lenjen
My batteries are easy to get to as they are under the steps. I'll have to get DH to check out the water systems. Probably another dumb Question: do the water systems stay hooked up all the time? if so, where is the water kept?
No dumb questions here. The system should come with a clear nose and a squeeze bulb. You insert the open end of the hose into a container of distilled water, and connect the other end to the watering system. You then hand pump the water until the bulb gets too hard to squeeze anymore.
I modified mine a bit. I use a spotless water system when I wash my coach. The spotless system creates deionized water, which is approved for use in flooded cell batteries. I created a garden hose connection with a water vane, and fill my batteries up with my garden hose instead the above method. This isn't for everyone, but works great for me.
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