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  1. I was painting the battery tray on my 3A ,at the week end. My son-in-law came over , for mother's day, and asked why I had to have a plastic liner and a mat under the battery. I noticed on the forum that, in a picture of an engine bay, another owner had some kitchen paper tucked in to the side of the battery. I tried this myself and it became wet overnight. While the battery is out of the car I left it on Ctek charge on cardboard overnight and there is no sign of any dampness. The battery now shows full charge. Why do I need to cope with dampness while it is in the car ? Maybe it
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