My battery is in the trunk so possibly I had more leeway ..important thing is the CCA number, bigger the better for frosty mornings and short drives. My battery is usually fitted to large deisel trucks so the battery guy told me.
94 XJ40 VDP vin 701729 Oyster Metallic/Doeskin on Aero Alloys 230,000 Kilometers 143,000 Miles Daily Driver
94 XJ40 SOVEREIGN vin 703632 Diamond Blue Metallic/Barley 111,000 Kilometers/69,000 Miles Parts Car
Dazstap wrote:Yes indeed Don. Keyf is all tucked away now for the winter.
You did well to find indoor storage. Makes a big difference.
Try keeping a multimeter on the car. It will easily fit in the glovebox. More useful than the Tina Turner Audio takes. You can quickly check battery voltage at any time then. Saves lots of time in the long run. It’s typical for batteries to die as the temperature drops as it has done recently.
88 3.6 XJ6 PDH/CEM 90 Range Rover Vogue SE 3.9 V8 LPG 91 4.0 XJ6 Manual 92 4.0 XJR Manual 92 4.0 XJR 93 3.2s - 4.0 Manual conv 93 4.0 Sovereign 93 6.0 XJ81 DD6 x2 93 6.0 XJ81 XJ12 94 4.0 XJR 94 4.0 Daimler 96 4.0 X306 XJR 96 4.0 X300 D6 97 4.0 X300 Sport Manual 2000 LR Discovery ES TD5 A Breaking 40/ 300