Hate it when your car runs out of juice? You’d hate it even more when you are running late, and you turn on the ignition only for your engine to fail to work. If you are old school and still got one of those manual cars, you can get two-three people behind the car to push you to get the engine roaring and you will be on your way. However, if you got an automatic car, you have no option but to jump the battery.
Before we jump into how to jump your car battery. Let us first establish what causes a dead battery. A car that is regularly driven and when parked the electronics inside are not left on for a long time. Such vehicles should never have dead battery problems, especially if the battery is still in good condition. Older batteries often have a problem holding charge for long when the engine is turned off.
To be on the safe side, don’t leave the interior lights and radio on for a long time when you have turned off the engine.
Jumping the Battery
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