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- Sep 10, 2009
I don't believe the LiFePO4 chemistry can have dangerous failure (like fire or leaking) but it's hard to tell how hot you can charge them without knowing what cells they use and being able to look at the spec sheet. Generally over-charging any battery at all is very harmful so you could at least expect to dramatically shorten its life expectancy.Do you think sending 15v to the battery until it warms up is absolutely terrible for the battery? Like, catastrophic failure bad? I really don't know how much of a difference .2 volts can be. I suppose it can be not much, or a hell of a lot
This is the external regular I've used in the past and seen others use. I do not know which wire(s) you'd need to replace in your stock harness on your vehicle but be sure not to over-pay too much buying the same unit from some boutique alternator company:
Features:• 100% New Specialty Regulator• Self current limiting to protect against intermittent short circuit• Load dump protection against abrupt full load to no load• Extra filter networks to protect against voltage spikes• Adjustable voltage with potentiometer positioned to protect against...