Deep Cycle Batteries

Deep cycle batteries are rechargeable lithium ion batteries that are used in vehicles. These batteries are designed for long term use and are often found in electric cars.

How to Install Deep Cycle Batteries

A deep cycle battery is a type of rechargeable battery that has been specifically designed for automotive applications. It is also known as an AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) battery because it uses a glass mat instead of plastic to separate the positive and negative plates. This allows the battery to hold its charge longer and provides better performance.

Types of Deep cycle batteries

There are two main types of deep cycle batteries: flooded and sealed. Flooded batteries use water as the electrolyte and are not sealed. Sealed batteries use a non-conductive liquid such as oil or kerosene as the electrolyte and do not require water. Both types of deep cycle batteries are available in different sizes and capacities.

Why do you need them?

A deep cycle battery provides the energy needed to start an engine when the starter motor fails. It also powers accessories like lights, radios, and air conditioning systems. If you need to jump-start a vehicle, a deep cycle battery will provide enough power to run the engine until the starter motor can be repaired.

How to replace Deep cycle battery?

To replace a deep cycle battery, follow these steps:

1) Remove the negative terminal cap

2) Unscrew the positive terminal

3) Disconnect the wires

4) Pull out the old battery

5) Install the new one

6) Screw the positive terminal back into place

7) Connect the wires 8) Put the battery back in

9) Tighten the screws

10) Test the battery

11) Charge the battery

12) Drive the car

13) Repeat Steps 1–12 as necessary