Asked on Apr 9, 2010
I just bought an automatic battery charger made by Vector. The instructions really sucked. I could not find anything that tells you when you can turn on your vehicle. Do I charge it first, then unplug the power cord and cables. Then turn on the car? ...
Asked on May 29, 2010
I am trying to charge a car using a portable charger and it's not working. I left the charger plugged in all night and then hooked it up to the car for about an hour and a half (with the key on). When I ...
Asked on May 26, 2010
So i have a battery charger that plugs in the wall but its been pluged in for a day but when i went to charge my car battery it turns off like it hasn't been charging the manual does help all it talks about is how ...
Asked on Jul 2, 2010
Ive got it on a portable charge in my garage , and its been plugged in for 24 hrs now
the charger has 2 settings , 1 amp or 4 amp and a meter that goes all the way up to 6
i set it on 4 amp ...
Asked on Apr 14, 2010
In the instructions for my (car) battery charger it says "attach a 24-inch long insulated
battery cable to NEGATIVE battery post" and then connect to charger's negative cable to the the cable mentioned above.
Do I really need the 24-inch cable or can I just connect the charger's ...
Asked on May 2, 2010
The instructions I beleive said positive clamp goes to positive terminal on the car battery, and negative clamp goes to engine block or metal chasis, but I think I left it with the negative clamp on the negative terminal
(because htats how i had originally connected it ...
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