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Old 08-07-2019, 10:13 PM   #41
Bus Nut
Join Date: May 2015
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Get the 880 or 1000Cca 12 v batteries. Low batteries will eat upYour starter and cost you a lot of $$$ and headaches. Clean terminals and if the bus is a wreck take your batteries home with you and return them. But only fresh batteries and the 880-1000 Cca will do well. Oh and donít use Marine batteries. Hey are not designed for start and stop.

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Old 08-08-2019, 12:08 AM   #42
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Join Date: Dec 2018
Location: Mt Vernon, WA
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Year: 1996
Coachwork: Bluebird, Collins
Chassis: G30 Bluebird Microbird, E350 Shuttle Bus
Engine: 1995 Chevrolet 350, 1992 Ford 460
Same here. Iíve had good luck with blemished batteries so far but I live in a mild coastal climate. Iíve noticed very cold temperatures is hard in starting batteries. They dont want to put out the amps when cold so come the first every cold Fall day folks need to go buy a new battery.
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