There is a panel (held on with 4 screws) on the floor between where your feet rest. The battery is under the panel.
If you are plugging in a battery charger connected to the battery, yes it will charge the battery. If you are referring to plugging in the block heater, then NO it will not charge the battery it will only warm the oil in the engine block. If you are referring to plugging in a battery heater then NO it will not charge the battery and will only keep it warm.
In general, no. The charger is designed for a specific battery profile, and it might not be able to properly charge and/or monitor the amount of charge if you put in a different battery.
You simply divide the MAH of your battery the MAH of your charger. For example my battery is 1500 MAH and my charger is 250 MAH. 1500/250=6 which means I have to charge my battery for six hours.
The battery is 12 volts but the alternator generates about 13-14v to charge the battery.
The battery life of the Dell d800 laptop does not get very good reviews. The battery holds a charge of approximately 250 minutes worth of battery life.
the trailer pin marked aux will charge a battery on a trailer if both vehicle and trailer are wired correctly
It is located behind the left cowl, strapped to the center of the spare tire.
In the manual, it says 250 minutes. It is at least that. I just got my Sony NEX-5N which comes with this battery, and after 2 hours I was at 11% battery.
Unless it is a rechargeable battery you cannot charge a dry charge battery. If it is rechargeable you need to purchase a charger for that size battery. Automobile batteries are not dry charge.
Vespa is an Italian company owned by Piaggio. The word Vespa is Italian for wasp.
No, it takes electricity to charge a battery.