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New Charge Alert Battery Status LED from Rigid Industries

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MESA, AZ – September 11, 2009 – The latest release from Rigid Industries is here. A simple 5 minute install of 2 wires and one surface mount LED bulb lets you know the status of your charging system.A simple yet ingenious way to monitor your vehicle Battery Status. Install two supplied wires(one to ground, one to switched power) on any 12v wire in your vehicle, mount the led bulb anywhere in

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