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Old 03-17-2015, 12:52 PM   #1
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Location: Statesboro, Georgia, United States
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Toad Battery

Took first long trip with Georgetown. Was told by dealer installing hitch that wiring was run from coach to toad lights to keep battery from going dead. At first stop for fuel, about 6 hours, Honda battery was dead. Glad I was at Walmart to get a jump and purchase a jump box as I used it every time we stopped for fuel, Would appreciate any input on how not to drain battery. Radio off and lights off. What else can be done.
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battery, toad

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