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Charger Cable Instructions:

CAUTION! This product must NOT be used to charge a car battery. Use common sense when handling the battery clips so they do not contact each other.
  

Follow these instructions for charging your motorcycle, lawn tractor, or similar size 12V battery.   

 

To charge a battery from your car's cigarette lighter:

First, be certain that the ignition and all lights and accessories of the car and the unit with the dead battery are "OFF." Next, using the 8 ft. long cable, remove the cigarette lighter and push the male plug of the cable into the cigarette lighter socket of the car. then connect the battery clips to the terminals of the weak battery as follows:

RED (+) Battery clip to the RED (+) terminal
BLACK (-) battery clip to the BLACK (-) terminal

Double check the connections to be certain they are secure. Start the car engine and allow it to idle. The weak battery is now being charged. See charging time below.

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To charge battery from another motorcycle or lawn tractor:

Plug the male plug of the 8 ft. cable into the female socket of the shorter cable. Be certain that the ignition and all lights and accessories of both units are "OFF." connect the battery clips to the terminals of the good battery and the weak battery as follows:

RED (+) Battery clip to the RED (+) terminal
BLACK (-) battery clip to the BLACK (-) terminal

Double check the connections to be certain they are secure. Start the unit with the good battery and allow it to idle. The weak battery is now being charged. See charging time below.

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Replacing the 3-Amp Fuse

The replaceable 3-amp fuse is located inside the cigarette lighter plug on the end of the 8 ft. cable. To replace a burned out fuse, simply unscrew and remove the end cap (Part A) and replace the burned out fuse with a new 3-amp fuse. Firmly screw the end cap back in place.

 

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