Maybe because you think it is okay to leave the Radio & Climate Control ON when you shut the engine off !!!mine sat for 2.5 weeks, and when I got in it to drive it again, it gave me a low battery warning.
Well, I humbly do not think this is such a bad idea. From a previous post, mine sat for 2.5 weeks, and when I got in it to drive it again, it gave me a low battery warning. I think that anything over two weeks might benefit from a battery conditioner.
My FP sat for 1 1/2 months earlier this year, and started right up with no problems.I have 2 other vehicles that sit 3-4 months when I am in FL for the winter.. Doesn't phase them battery wise... Does the F pace do something that normal vehicles don't power wise?
TRUST ME , we did it for the Well Being of the F-Pace !!!
My FP sat for 1 1/2 months earlier this year, and started right up with no problems.
I feel you can kind of tell if your going to have a battery problem, by listening to how fast it turns over when you start it after sitting for a week or so.
That is a possibility but with all the computers in the car it depends on how many stay in some sort of sleep mode rather than just being off awaiting the car to be started.They should be able to sit a few months no problem,,,,My opinion....
Yes I have attached directly to the battery. The wires are then brought out from the side panel on the right where there is a cover lid for the fuse and it is attached to the hook. I use c tek charger with cigarette lighter male end and it attaches to the other end from the battery.Resurrecting an old thread here. For those of you who installed battery conditioners on you F-Pace, where did you attach them? I understand that on the F-Pace you are not meant to attach them directly to the battery.