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comm I'm John Milland read in this video

we're gonna show you how to recondition

a car battery what you want to do is you

want to check your voltage if it's over

ten volts then there's a really good

chance you can recondition this if of

course it's at 12 volts and it just

barely can start your vehicle that's not

wholly in the charge 99% of the time

this is gonna work and it's not going to

hurt your battery the first thing you do

is you pop your caps off if you have a

sealed battery you're gonna have to pull

the plugs check your acid levels make

sure that they're full if they are full

but it's not holding a charge then

you're gonna have to remove this acid

now the first thing you want to do is

have clothes that you can destroy just

in case you get a little acid on you

wear safety goggles wear gloves and

always have baking soda nearby because

this neutralizes acid so these are the

safety precautions that you have to take

first in order to do this you take three

cups of water that has been distilled at

a hundred and fifty degrees then you add

one cup of Epsom salt you can buy this

that's your general store you pour in

approximately one cup

and you stir now while the epson salt is

dissolving and this is cooling down it's

time to take the acid out of your

battery very carefully lift it up hold

it away and pour the acid out

once all the acid is out of your battery

just take baking soda dump it into your

acid water that will neutralize it and

that way you can dispose of this safely

now that the epson salt has been

dissolved and this is at room

temperature you can very carefully fill

up your cells once it's completely

filled wipe off your excess

put back on your taps secure them well

then you're going to want to take and

just kind of check your battery so now

that it's all been shaken made sure

everything has been coated in there you

want to take and put this on a 12 volt 2

amp trickle charge the lower the amps

the better could be because you want

this to slowly charge up this will take

approximately 24 to 36 hours to do but

always remember when you're charging a

battery pop these caps and just let them

sit there because it does create gas and

so for safety reasons you just want to

lightly put them on there and charge it

up slowly once it's charged up 100% even

then you could take and put it aside for

a day test it to make sure that it's

holding a charge and this works 99% of

the time you can actually do this up to

about 4 times before it just won't work

any longer

that should do it and I'll see on the

next video

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