I hooked up with two different guys one on feb19 i had my period and a tampon in so no penetration and one several times after that On mar20 i had 2 positive preg tests could it be the first guys kid?
What is the proper hook up of positive and negative cables on starter i hooked up cables and tried to start it and it just clicked and sparked on battery?
Reverse polarity is the opposite of normal polarity. Normal polarity in electronics is when you have the positive hooked up to the positive terminal and the negative to the negative terminal. Reverse polarity would be having the positive hooked up to the negative terminal and the negative to the positive terminal. The same concept can be used with magnets.
the positive piece on the first battery is connected to the negative piece on the next battery in the series and the negative pole from the first one is the negative you connect to the device you are powering and the positive pole on the very last battery in this series is the one you connect to the positive terminal on your device.
There its too much current running through them. If they are hooked up properly then you either have a short some where (positive wire that is touching ground) or the jumper cables can't handle the current demanded by the vehicle you are trying to start. If this is the problem, you need jumper cables that are a thicker gage wire.
You hooked with a girl last week and time to time you try to start a conversation but when you do talk she doesnt seem interested Then you hear she hooked up with another guy and imjust wondering if s?
On a 1998 Chevy Silverado several times it has failed to start and when you jiggle the cord connecting the battery to the alternator it starts Now when the key turns it clicks Is this the starter?
The starter is probley okay, You need to remove the battery cables and clean them up real good. Then check and clean the negative cable where it hooks to the engine. Clean and check the positive cable where it hooks to the starter. It sounds like the cable that goes to the alternator needs to be replaced. The cable is bad inside where you can't see it. This would be the positive cable. It is…
No, it wouldn't do that, not to mention most manufacturers try to do something to make the alternator as foolproof as possible, such as different sized ring terminals from the battery positive to the alternator than what's used from the alternator to the ground. If your alternator is overcharging, you likely have a defective voltage regulator. It's an integral part of the alternator.