1. Insert plug in the rear battery vent hole (See Fig. 1, arrow).
2. Attach an elbow pipe with approximately a 25 cm hose on the front battery vent hole (See Fig. 2, arrow).
3. Fasten a clip to the battery box cutout using a cable tie (See Fig. 3, arrow).
4. Fasten the receptacle to the battery box using a cable tie (See Fig. 4).
5. Route the vent hose (See Fig. 5, arrows) and attach it to the receptacle.
Warnings: Battery electrolyte contains sulfuric acid that can cause severe caustic burns to the skin and eyes. Exercise strict caution when handling damaged lead-acid batteries (i.e. when removing them from accident-damaged vehicles) because of the sharp edges on the fractured housing and direct contact with the lead plates.
Risk of explosion from gas charging lead-acid batteries produces a highly explosive gas mixture.
Risk of poisoning and internal caustic burns from swallowing battery electrolyte.
Risk of caustic burns to the eyes and skin from battery electrolyte, electrolyte mist and from handling damaged lead-acid batteries.
NO fire, sparks, open flames or smoking.
Wear acid-resistant gloves, clothing and eye protection.
Pour battery electrolyte only into suitable, appropriately marked containers.
Refer to WIS document AS54.10-Z-0001-01A for more detailed battery-handling information and precautions (including “Possible Hazards: Risk of Explosion, Risk of Poisoning, Injury Hazard,” “Protective Measures/Rules of Conduct,” “First Aid Measures,” “Fire Protection Measures” and “Warning Instructions For Lead Acid Batteries”).
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