It's not intended that you add any water, and I don't believe there's any
way to do so, either. By the same token, the hydrated acid can still
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Hardly an automotive battery made in the last decade or two that you can add
water. Unlike the batteries of years ago, they really do last a long time
with no maintenance. I recently changed out one that I've never seen in
seven years. Honest, I've never seen it as it is under the back seat.
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