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Nothing wrong with a battery in the car. Many cars have the battery stock in the trunk, or between the trunk and the cabin. Hydrogen gas isn't toxic, and it has to be highly concentrated to ignite. Just don't suffocate the batteries and they'll be fine.

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Nothing wrong with a battery in the car. Many cars have the battery stock in the trunk, or between the trunk and the cabin. Hydrogen gas isn't toxic, and it has to be highly concentrated to ignite. Just don't suffocate the batteries and they'll be fine.

Aren't those batteries sealed though? iirc the one in my gf's cobalt is sealed. I would have to check it though.

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Nothing wrong with a battery in the car. Many cars have the battery stock in the trunk, or between the trunk and the cabin. Hydrogen gas isn't toxic, and it has to be highly concentrated to ignite. Just don't suffocate the batteries and they'll be fine.

Aren't those batteries sealed though? iirc the one in my gf's cobalt is sealed. I would have to check it though.
Most newer cars with stock batteries in the cabin use either sealed or the battery sits in a box that has a vent hose on it leading outside of the cabin area from what I've seen. Edited by Lbox88

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Lead in the vehicle is bad.. in any situation. For car audio its one of the dumbest decisions you can make in my opinion. 100% of ppl put that battery within 3 feet of their box. What do you think that lead and the gasses inside that battery are doing with all of that vibration from the subs? Even if vented outside and in a battery box. They arent meant for vibration like that. They will boil over, the gas will pop the tops off..

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