Every 100 Service Hours or 2 Weeks
Batteries give off flammable fumes that
Electrolyte is an acid and can cause per-
sonal injury if it contacts skin or eyes.
Do not smoke when observing battery
Always wear protective glasses when
working with batteries.
1. Unlatch the battery compartment
cover on both rear bumpers of the machine.
2. Clean the top and all posts of the
batteries. Coat all posts with petroleum jelly.
3. Remove each fill cap. Inspect the
4. If necessary, add distilled water to
bring the electrolyte level to the bottom of
the fill opening.
At proper charge rate in temperate climate,
a battery will not require more than 30 cc
(1 ounce) of water per cell per week.
5. Install all fill caps. Close both