!5 is fine. The charging is computer controlled algorithm (no regulator like the old days) to max charge without damaging battery and takes into account temperature, load etc. Sometimes it will drop to 12.5 for a while them bounce around a bit.When I drove the SS home for the first time, I was looking through the DIC and found battery voltage. The voltage was 15.0v. I watched the voltage drop to 14.4v on the way home. I know the normal 12v charging system will charge at 14.4v. I wanted to know why the voltage was above normal. I started in the trunk with the battery. To my surprise I found an AGM battery and not flooded lead acid. AGM batteries like to charge at higher rates and I'm glad the voltage regular setup in the SS is right for AGM batteries.
AGM batteries do not vent acid gases or leak like others:smile:
They have a longer usable life cycle with higher power output.
One draw back I know of with AGM batteries, DO NOT let them go flat!
A dead AGM will not come back to 100% It can be recharged and be somewhat usable but not at full potential.
It just hit me like a big heavy thing!3hrs, I was waiting for the first comment.
Hehehe, you're car must be evil, in more ways than one.3hrs, I was waiting for the first comment.