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    I was given a battery tender gm# 22969090. Will this work on a 2008 base model corvette?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sikodj View Post
    I was given a battery tender gm# 22969090. Will this work on a 2008 base model corvette?
    Thanks, Dan


    That will work fine, it looks like a quality CTEK unit. Just make sure that the receptacle you plug it in to has 12V to it with the ignition and accessories off.
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    I will keep it plugged into a wall outlet.
    So should I have any problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sikodj View Post
    I will keep it plugged into a wall outlet.
    So should I have any problem?
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    No, just keep it hooked up every time you are not using the vehicle. It is a float/maintainer tender charging unit meaning that it will shut itself down when not needed (float) and charge your battery when it is needed, "maintaining" the condition of your battery. Keeping a battery fully charged is the single best thing you can do to extend it's life.
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    Thanks for the info. I'll start using it.
    Have a great weekend,
    Dan

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