Tacoma / Tundra Li-ion jump starter question
I was watching Scotty’s video on Li-ion jump starters and would like to put one on my 2017 Tacoma (my every day truck) and my 2009 Tundra (barn / plow truck not used regularly).
A couple of years ago my Tacoma battery was dead, I was in a hurry and jumped it with my battery chargers 250 amp jump start option. Long story short it fried the abs attenuator, dealer quoted $2,200 to replace (between eBay and my mechanic I got a salvaged one in for $500).
went to a Tacoma site, found a similar thread and it was decided to never jump start a Tacoma by that method cause it’ll fry the abs attenuator. Since then I unhook the battery and use the trickle to recharge the battery (I listen to the satellite radio in the truck when I’m working in my garage which is why I tend to drain the battery when it starts getting old).
my long winded question is will one of these Li-ion jumpers or the super capacitor fry my abs again? I’m only going to use these in an emergency situation. At home I’ll still use the trickle charger.