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    Dear Experts,

    I'm going on 2 weeks vacation keeping my 2012 Corolla idle, is it necessary to disconnect my DRY BATTERY?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Nope just leave it as it is an enjoy your vacations
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    If your battery is new and working absolutely fine, then you can leave it as it is.
    But if the battery is older, then you can disconnect the terminal in order to avoid battery to die.
    jiyo aur jeenay do

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