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Most of the people who have been around cars for a good part of their lives have experienced the difficulty and inconvenience that comes with running out of batteries. Sometimes it just happens in the owner's driveway, which is really the best case, and sometimes it happens when the car is parked somewhere far from home.

The usual procedure when you have a bunch of jump leads is for you to take care of your stranded car and try to stop someone with a moving car. Then you need to link the cars and let the running vehicle charge the battery in the dead.

In order to avoid handling jump leads, many road users carry a portable battery charger with them, which is often referred to as a "battery booster". This device is a source of electricity that can buoy the battery enough to power the starter and start the engine. Once the vehicle is running, the generator will recharge the battery within 20-30 minutes.

Part 1 of 3: Get a battery booster

Step 1: decide which booster you need. First, take a look at what you need in a battery booster. There are a wide variety of sizes and styles, so here are a few things to consider before making a decision:

  • In a small car, it is important to save space. Fortunately, small cars have small engines, and that means the starter motor isn't that big, and a battery booster the size of a portable hard drive can charge the battery enough to start the engine.

  • There are a number of small battery boosters on the market, and some even double as portable chargers for cell phones and tablets. The downside is that there is a limit to the amount of cargo they can carry, so most engines over 3.0 liters will need something larger.

  • The size of your car's engine can be found in your owner's manual, on the EPA sticker under the bonnet or from the manufacturer with your chassis number.

  • In a full size car, crossover, or SUV there is usually enough trunk space for a medium sized battery booster, and the advantage of the larger size is not only the output of more capacity and power, but the added functionality the larger size offers. Many have portable air compressors, sockets for standard electronics, lighting, and any number of other accessories.

  • In a large SUV truck or any vehicle that will find off-road use, it is advantageous to carry a large battery booster. These are packed with useful features, but they have a huge footprint that most customers would consider excessive. Those who operate auxiliary lights for off-road use have a high chance of running out of battery, and off-road driving usually involves deflating and inflating tires with the help of the built-in air compressor. Because of this, size is a justified compromise.

Step 2: prepare the battery booster. Get the booster that is being used ready by making sure the booster itself is fully charged. Many models are designed to sit for long periods of time without losing charge, but check your model's manual to see how often the manufacturer charges the device.

Once the booster is charged, find a reliable but out of the way to store the booster in the car. Due to its weight, it should be secured in such a way that it is not a hazard in the event of an accident. Small boosters can be stowed in the glove compartment, while larger devices have to be strapped in the storage area.

Part 2 of 3: Using a Battery Booster

Step 1: open the hood. As soon as you find that the car will not start, turn the key in the ignition, turn the car off completely and remove the key.

Open the bonnet when the battery is in the front of the vehicle.

On some vehicles, the battery is located in the trunk. If so, do not let go of the hood.

  • top: Make sure the hood is securely supported when working - some cars have hydraulics that hold it in place while others require support with a metal bar.

Step 2: Set the booster to the correct setting. Now make sure that the booster is set to the correct setting for charging the car battery.

Some have a selector switch to toggle between operating modes, and most need to be turned on to work.

There should be clear instructions right there on the booster, but always read the manual first (or tape the manual on the back of the booster for reference) to make sure you know the basic procedure before heading out .

Some boosters require you to select either 12V or 24V before charging the battery. Most modern cars use a 12V battery, but always double-check.

Step 3: attach the brackets. At the end of a cable there are 2 terminals or a pair of cables intended for connection to the terminals of a car battery.

One will be black and one will be red.

The red clamp should be connected to the positive pole, marked with a +.

The black clip should be connected to the negative terminal, which is marked with a -.

Step 4: Charge the battery. The time it takes to charge the battery enough to start the engine will vary, some will take as little as 30 seconds and some will take 5-10 minutes.

After a minute or two, try again to start the engine. Use the starter for 10 seconds or less on each attempt.

When the engine z. For example, if it does not start after waiting 2 minutes, remove the buttons and wait 3-5 minutes before trying again. The booster charges the battery the entire time it is connected.

Ultimately, this process should result in the engine starting.

Part 3 of 3: After the car starts

Step 1: remove the brackets. First remove the black clamp from the negative pole and reattach it to the battery booster.

Then it is safe to remove the red clamp from the positive pole and save it too.

Step 2: run the engine. Let the engine run for 10-15 minutes with the accessories switched off before switching them off again. The alternator will charge the battery during this time and less time could prevent the car from starting the next time you try.

Step 3: Charge your battery booster. Recharge the booster as soon as possible so that when the situation occurs again, the situation is ready to use.

If there is a problem with the battery, alternator, or wiring, the battery may die repeatedly until the problem is resolved. For this reason, it is very important that the battery is fully charged and that it is carried with you every time you drive. Have your battery or charging system repaired as soon as possible to correct the problem. A certified mechanic from Vermin-Club can come to your home or office to service or replace your battery.

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