hi there on mine i have the negative cable running from the batter to the bonnet slam panel and also running down to the main body rail next to the rad and a further cable runs to the lower front part of the engine where the Power Steering pump bolts on. it might seem a bit excessive but at least i wont have any earthing problems arise form it. hope it helps nate
Positive to positive and negative to negative. The negative will be connect to the engine or chassis. The positive will be connected to the starter.
To your vehicle chassis.
The battery post positive terminal is where you connect the positive cable. Connect the negative cable to anyplace on the engine or chassis. Connect positive first and remove it last.
The man said it Always connect the positive + cable first to the battery. Then connect the negative- cable to the engine somewhere. Never connect the negative cable to the battery itself. Batteries vent hydrogen gas and which can ignite with the slightest spark. For this reason never, ever, connect the negative first and never connect the negative to the battery.
You should connect the negative cable to the negative. Your question sort of stopped. Connect to a negative what?
The negative battery lead cable is to be connected to the negative lead terminal on the battery.
Connect the Positive + battery cable to the positive + battery post first. Then connect the Negative - cable to the negative - battery post.
Yes you can if the battery is the problem. connect the red on car with good battery to the positive ( + ) terminal, then the red on the dead battery, connect the black to the negative ( - ) on the good battery and the black to a good chassis ground( exposed metal in engine bay ) a good spot is the strut mount bolt.
Negative battery or jump start post.
Connect the positive + red charger cable to the positive + red battery post. Then connect the negative - black charger cable to the engine somewhere. Most engines have something metal sticking up that you can connect to. Do not connect the negative charge cable to the negative battery post, always connect it to the engine.
Connect the negative cable first.
Connect a battery charger to battery positive to positive negative to negative
At the battery if at all possible.
First off you must have the same type batteries. Connect the positive post of the first battery to the positive post of the second battery. Then connect the negative post of the first battery to the negative post of the second battery. Now connect the positive post of the first battery to the positive connection on the vehicle. Then connect the negative post of the first battery to the negative cable of the vehicle. Click the link for a diagram.
Connect positive to positive post (red) on the battery and connect the negative to a place on the engine away from the battery.
You don't, you connect to the battery from the battery of another car. Use the positive cable to connect the two positive electrodes and the negative to connect the two negative electrodes.
Connect them together in Series. Connect the negative post of one battery to the positive post of the other battery. Then connect the negative charger cable to one negative battery post and the positive to the positive post of the other battery.
Yes ( when you are using a battery charger ) Just make sure the charger is not on when you connect the cables. Another safer way is to connect the negative cable to a part of the engine and not even connect it to the battery post.
Connect the two 12 volts batteries in Series. Battery 1 & 2. Connect the negative post (-) of battery 1 to the negative (-) ground cable. Then connect the positive (+) post of battery 1 to the negative (-) post of battery 2. Connect the positive (+) post of battery 2 to the positive (+) cable. You now have 24 volts as the batteries are wired in series.
Connect the positive (+) Red cable from the charger to the positive (+) post of the battery. Now connect the negative (-) Black cable to a metal part of the engine. Do not connect to negative battery post. Plug the charger in. Unplug the charger before removing the cables. Disconnect the negative cable first.
Connect positive first, negative last.
connect positive first then negative that is the safe way to do it
Connect the positive terminal on one battery to the negative terminal on the other with heavy wire and battery clamps. Connect the remaining positive terminal to the metal chassis of the tractor, and run the remaining negative wire to the items to be powered, with any luck at all, through a fusebox.
Yes you can. Connect the chargers positive lead to the positive of one battery, then the negative side of that battery to the positive side of the other battery, then connect the negative lead of the charger to the negative of the second battery. Double check all your connections and turn on the charger.
If you connect the positive and the negative end of a battery directly with a cable, (1) you'll get dangerously high currents, and (2) the battery will quickly run out of energy. The battery itself might also get damaged, due to the high currents.