Awesome, thank you both for your replies. There is documentation of the replacement, though I haven't looked at it closely. How likely is it to be a Lizard battery? If there's a chance of it being something else, is there a way to tell by the documentation or otherwise? I am planning to call 877-NOGASEV today to see what they have to say.
lkkms2 wrote:keep an eye on the 12v battery. I had already replaced it about a year and a half earlier so it should be good for awhile, but take steps to make sure you don't accidentally drain it down. Occasionally give it a separate charge on a good battery charger.
What steps can I take to maintain the 12v battery aside from not leaving interior lights, headlights, or parking lights on? I've got a Battery Tender Junior that I can put on it if that would be beneficial.
From what little I've read, it sounds like accessories like the stereo and 12v accessory power plug are run off the 12v battery and the 12v battery is occassionally toppped up by the traction battery. Is that accurate?