We have discussed the unexpected consequences of battery changes several times in the past. Here’s a new one on us, provided by Douglas from Miami, Florida. In this tech tip, he talks about loss of digital clock function after replacing the battery on a 2011 Chevrolet Avalanche and how he resolved the issue and restored clock function. Read the full Technical Tip here:
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Could you just show what chargers you sell, price, and how to order. I clicked on a link from Hemmings (I think), and have NEVER been so frustrated with a website! It is as if you don’t want to make a sale!
Tim – We are sorry for your frustration. We do not seel our products directly to end users. We sell thrrough distribution. Here are all of our full power portable PRO-LOGIX chargers in a single listing: https://cloreautomotive.com/product-category/battery-chargers/solar-portable-battery-chargers/. Here are all of our PRO-LOGIX battery maintainers in a single listing: https://cloreautomotive.com/product-category/battery-chargers/solar-battery-maintainers/. I hope this is helpful. Thanks, Jim from Clore Automotive