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Flooded lead-acid batteries (clockwise from rear): 6-volt, 12-volt group 27 and 12-volt group 24.
A regular part of wet-cell battery maintenance is cleaning away the corrosion with a solution made from one cup of baking soda per gallon of water. To clean the battery terminals, use a discarded toothbrush or wire-bristle brush with the baking-soda solution, then rinse well. A terminal-cleaning tool can also be used.
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