(3) connect ends of one cable to positive (+) terminals of each battery.
(4) connect one end of other cable to negative (-) terminal of "good" battery.
(5) connect other end of cable to engine block on unit being started (NOT TO NEGATIVE (-) TERMINAL OF
To prevent damage to other electrical components on unit being started, make certain that engine is at idle speed before
disconnecting jumper cables.
REMOVE CELL CAPS AND COVER THE BATTERY FILL OPENINGS WITH A CLOTH WHEN CHARGING OR
USING JUNIPER CABLES.
WARNING - Batteries contain SULFURIC ACID. In case of acid contact with skin, eyes, or clothing, FLUSH
IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER FOR A MINIMUM OF FIVE MINUTES. Get "on-the-spot" medical attention immediately.
Hydrogen and oxygen gases are produced during normal battery operation. This gas mixture can explode if flames
or sparks are brought near the battery. When charging or using battery in an enclosed space always provide ventilation.
Keep fire away from the top of open battery cells. Combustible gas is always present.
CAUTION - Avoid the use of a 24-volt battery booster and jumper cable hook-up to start an engine with a dead
battery, as this will damage the unit's electrical system.