Charging battery outside of vehicle
First connect the red battery terminal of the battery cable to the positive terminal of
the battery (marked +).
Then connect the black battery terminal of the charging cable to the negative
terminal of the battery (marked -).
If the polarity of the terminals is reversed (mixed up positive and negative
terminal) the red fault light on the charger lights up immediately.
Never connect the charger to the mains if the red fault light is on.
Next, connect the battery charger by plugging the mains plug into the mains socket.
Charging with battery in vehicle
Generally, the negative terminal of batteries in cars is connected to the
chassis. There are, however, also exceptions. You should therefore first check
which battery terminal, (+ or -) of your vehicle is directly connected to the
chassis. The sequence of correctly attaching the battery clamps depends on
Determine which battery terminal is not directly connected to the chassis (+ or-). Con-
nect the respective terminal clamp of the charging cable (red terminal POSITIVE / +,
black terminal NEGATIVE / -) to this battery terminal.
Using the remaining terminal clamp of the battery charging cable, create a connec-
tion to the vehicle. Clamp to a bolt or blank metal, as far away from the battery and
fuel pipe as possible.
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