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Installing TEMRO/ZEROSTART battery warmer into my 2007 Ford Fusion.
Part # 280 0063
80 Watt, 36 Inch length.
Can be purchased at Canadian Tire.

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  1. Thanks so much for your great instructions and help, as just got one of the battery warmers. Same one as you have. Also just got a new ("unfrozen" ha ha) battery. Welcome to -30 degrees in Northern Wisconsin. Best wishes and thanks again!

  2. Why would you add your ground post last? That makes you the ground instead. You should ground the battery before putting your positive connection.

  3. It must get col there!
    I’d like to share a Great Recycling Idea for reflective insulated bag from Blue Apron food delivery program, that you might want to share with others:

    I live in Colorado and I like to make battery heat barrier/insulation blankets(wraps) our of the Blue Apron insulated bags some friends of mine get all the time, for all my vehicle batteries.
    So my batteries last longer protected from engine heat, as anything over 90 degrees Fahrenheit, accelerates the battery’s internal damaging corrosion and water loss. 
    Also the battery can perform better in our bitter cold that greatly reduces their output ability over 50 percent and reduces their charging ability when you need them most.

    I did a good amount of googling research about all this:
    Automotive Batteries are expensive and seem to only last 3-7 years.

    There aren’t many things we can do to extend our battery's life span.
    There are just a few sellers of aftermarket battery blankets(like the picture below) and even when you find a seller, they don’t always fit larger batteries and are basically too expensive for most to consider.

    It’s well known in the automotive industry, that our vehicle’s battery’s life is shortened in temperature extremes of the hot engine compartment and the either or hot and cold climates we live in.

    Because of this, many automotive manufacturers equip their new vehicles with battery blankets usually made from a cloth exterior and fiberglass like interior. 

    However the vehicles considerate enough to originally equipped with these battery blankets too often loose their blankets during battery replacement. 
    Often because the fragile blanket gets torn during removal, OR the new battery installer does not want to bother with slipping the blanket on the new battery, OR the original blanket does not fit the new battery, OR the installer is unaware what the blanket does OR assumes it is part of the old battery case.

    Making a battery blanket is so easy with the Blue Apron reflective insulation bag which does not conduct electricity.

    I place the battery into one of the corners of the bag and cut the bag down so that it wraps around the sides of the battery. 
    I use my screw driver end to punch a hole at each bottom corner so if water ever gets in the bag, it can leak out.
    Then I fold the sides and use box tape to hold the cut areas, the tape sticks very well. 
    Then I use scissors and cut the bag to the level of the top of the battery.
    Take Care!

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