I see many of you say that your battery level at its highest is 12.5 and it should never go below 12.1 or so, but my batteries 2 6 volts (232 amp hours) is at about 13.5 at it's highest. How do I figure out what is the lowest I should let it go. I've searched on the Internet and can't find the information.
I have a 2018 320 CS-S so I have the digital seelevel. At this point I'm mostly plugged into shore power, but I'd like to know for the future.
Also, I was plugged into 30 amp shore power all last week and the battery level stayed at 13.1. I drove it home 4 hours and it was up to 13.5 by the time I got it home. I'm assuming the 7-pin charged it or it reads differently depending on where it's plugged in. At home it's plugged into 15 amps with an adapter, but of course it's alone and not sharing the park with many others.
Any information people experienced with these batteries have would be great.
Aileen & Muggles
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