Posted by Michelle Steiner on December 28, 2009, 4:46 pm
I assume that you mean the hood. It opens the same way that the hood in
almost every car.
You found the remote terminal connector for the battery; the battery itself
is in the back of the car.
The body of the car is the negative terminal; there is no need for a
separate negative connector as with the positive one.
The booster battery is the one you are charging the car's battery from.
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Posted by urod on December 28, 2009, 1:45 pm
The manual is incomprehensible. For the start, it doesn't explain how
to open the hatch. After lots of trying, I found the button under the
hatch, found the stick which should keep it opened, and found the hole
for this stick (this part was the hardest, it is well hiddened). I
easily found the auxiliary battery, opened it, found "+", but was
unable to find "-", no matter how hard I tried. The small picture in
the manual is incomprehensible. It seems that "-" is somewhere in the
right upper part, far away from the battery, near the tank. The
sentence "Connect the clamp on the negative (black) jumper cable to
the negative (-) terminal on the booster battery" doesn't help at
all. Where is the negative terminal?
Posted by urod on December 28, 2009, 2:01 pm
I don't know why my post continues to appear again and again. I
posted it only once.
Posted by News on December 28, 2009, 2:20 pm
Maybe because you haven't found the negative post...
Posted by Al Falfa on December 29, 2009, 12:46 am
Thanks, I needed a good laugh.