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Old 12-10-2013, 09:33 AM
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Revert To Stock Programming Before Replacing Batteries?

As the temps get colder, she seems to crank slower and slower. So, I am going to replace the batteries tonight.

Should I re-program back to stock before disconnecting the batteries?

I tried to put it back to stock earlier but, my Livewire TS said the batteries were too weak.

Anyone have any ideas?
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Cant you just leave on plugged in at a time and not loose power?
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Cant you just leave on plugged in at a time and not loose power?
That would probably make the most sense.

That's the problem with having too much on my mind, I tend to overlook the obvious!
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