Mini Jump Starter Pack with USB / 12V DC Accessory Socket

 

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Introducing the New and Innovative Qesta Mini Jump Starter Pack with USB / 12V DC Accessory Socket

The Qesta Mini Jump Starter is easy to charge!

Includes a 12 Volt DC Charger, ideal for charging the Qesta Mini Jump Starter from your vehicle, boat, 4×4 or motorhome via the 12V Accessory Socket.

Also Includes a 240V DC Charger to charge the unit from a mains outlet.

The 12V Accessory Socket features multiple uses from charging mobile phones, running spot lights, portable air compressors, and any 12V application.

The charging port in the control panel has an automatic sensor and will sense when the unit is charged. It will turn ‘Off’ the charger automatically, eliminating the risk of over-charging your battery or under-charging the mini Jump Starter.


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Q90030 Mini Jump Starter Pack with USB / 12V DC Accessory Socket

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Model No. Q90030

Qesta Mini Jump Starter Pack with USB / 12V DC Accessory Socket

FEATURES:

  • Suits 4, 6 & 8 cylinder petrol vehicles up to 6.5L
  • Suits Diesel Vehicles 2.5L – 3L
  • Includes a 12V DC accessory and 240V DC ( mains ) charger.
  • Inbuilt multi-meter to test battery performance.
  • Multiple use 12V accessory socket & dual USB ports for charging or powering devices.
  • 2 x super bright L.E.D lights for night time operation.

SPECIFICATIONS:

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Model No. Q90030 – Qesta Mini Jump Starter Pack with USB/12V DC Accessory Socket

Operational Instructions

Accessories:

The qest@ Mini Jump Pack includes an adaptor transformer, ideal for home and workshop applications. The 12V DC Charger allows the user to charge the Mini Jump Pack from a vehicle, boat, 4×4 or motorhome via the 12V accessory socket.

Important Information:

1. To check if the Mini Jump Pack requires charging, turn on Switch ( I ) first.

2. after turning on switch ( I ), if the charge L.E.D is Red and stays on – The Mini Jump Pack is ready to be charged.

3. When using the LED Light. turn on the switch ( I ) first, then push LED light button.

A small plastic loop attached to the LED light button is to prevent the 2 LED lights from accidentally being touched and turned on during transportation. Remove the loop after purchasing and discard appropriately.

Charging the qest@ Mini Jump Pack

1. When using The qest@ Mini Jump Pack for the first time, it is advised to charge the unit for a minimum of 24 hours or until the Green L.E.D light appears on the control pane. Turn ‘ON’ the main power switch when charging the qest@ Mini Jump Pack.

2. After turning the main switch ‘ON’, if the qest@ Mini Jump Pack requires charging, a Red L.E.D light will appear on the control panel as a reminder to charge immediately.

3. Plug in the 240V or 12V power accessory. A Green L.E.D light will illuminate to indicate that the unit is functioning correctly. Then, simply connect the other end of the power accessory into the charging port on the front side of the qest@ Mini Jump Pack. While charging the unit, the charging light on the control panel will illuminate Red. Once the unit is fully charged, the charging light will illuminate Green.

4. After the first use of the qest@ Mini Jump Pack, it is recommended to charge the unit and then recharge every 2 months in order to extend it’s lifespan and keep the unit fully functional at all times. As the qest@ Mini Jump Pack has no memory, you can leave the unit on charge 24 hours a day.

Important Note:

The charging port in the control panel has an automatic sensor and will sense when the qest@ Mini Jump Pack is charged. The unit will shut down automatically, therefore there is no risk of over or undercharging the unit.

Vehicle Jump Starting Procedure:

1. Switch all of the vehicle electronic appliances OFF including headlights, air-conditioning etc.

2. Connect he Red cable clamp to the (+) Red positive terminal of the vehicles battery.

3. Connect the Black cable clamp to the (-) Black Negative Terminal of the vehicles battery.

4. Start the vehicle. Limit your starting attempts to a maximum of 4-5 seconds at a time. Allow the high power mini jumper to cool down for approximately 3 minutes after unsuccessful start attempts. If you can not start the vehicloe after 3 attempts, immediately stop the starting procedure.

5. Once the vehicle has started, disconnect the (+) Red cable clamp and (-) black cable clamp from the vehicle battery terminals.

Attention:

1. Always refer to the vehicle manufacturers handbook / manual for jump starting instructions prior to jump starting. Each vehicles procedure may vary depending on the manufacturer.

2. When not in use, ensure that both cable clamps are secured to the molded clamp holders on both sides of the unit.

3. Never connect the qest@ Mini Jump Pack to a short-circuited battery.

4. Do not reverse the polarity eg; DO NOT touch the positive RED cable clamp and the negative BLACK cable clamp together.

5. Always check for the vehicles correct battery voltage. The qest@ Mini Jump Pack is only suitable for 12V vehicles.

6. The qest@ Mini Jump Pack’s efficiency and extended lifespan is only guaranteed by operating the correct charging procedures.

7. Only use the original 240V or 12V chargers as provided to charge this unit.

8. Do not make contact between the (+) Positive RED, and (-) BLACK clamos and ensure not to make simulataneous contact between metal parts to avoid short circuiting which can cause terminal damage to the unit.

9. Protect the qest@ Mini Jump Pack from prolonged exposure to humid/wet conditions.

10. Ideal storing temperature is +10oC to +25oC.

11. Always take extreme care when connecting the unit to batteries.

12. Keep out of reach of children at all times.

13. Do not jump start vehicles near fuel, fuel vapour or watercrafts.

Operating the Probe Function:

1. To use the probe / voltage meter function, ensure the main switch is turned ‘ON’ and turn ‘ON’ switch in the probe compartment.

2. Apply the RED Positive ( + ) probe to the RED Positive ( + ) battery pole and the BLACK Negative ( – ) probe to the BLACK Negative ( – ) battery pole.

3. Voltage reading will appear in to indicate battery voltage. Ensure to switch internal probe switch off, and main power switch off when not in use.

For pricing, to place orders or find your nearest Qesta Stockist, please contact our friendly sales team through the contact us form below or call us on 1300 559 953

 

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DIGITAL HAND-HELD MULTIMETER

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Digital Handheld Multimeter

Product Code: Q9002

The qesta Digital Multimeter is used to measuring DC & AC Voltage, DC & AC current, Resistance Diode, Transistor, Frequency, Temperature, Capacitance and Continuity.

This device includes an LCD Display where measurements can be viewed, Dial (or rotary switch) for selecting primary measurement values, Input Jacks where the test leads are inserted, Data Hold function and a backlit screen.

Features & Specifications

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Checking Voltage of Battery using qest Digital Handheld Multimeter

• Max Voltage between terminals and earth ground: 1000VDC or 7000VAC
• Fuse Protection: F 200mA/250V
• Power: 9V Battery
• Display: LCD, 1999 Counts, Updates 2-3/seconds
• Measuring Method: Dual-slope integration A/D converter
• Over-range Indication: Only Figure ( 1 ) on the display
• Polarity Indication: ( – ) Displayed for negative polarity
• Operating Environment: 0oC to 50oC
• Low Battery Indication: appears on the display
• Size: 31.5 x 91 x 189mm
• Weight: 290g

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SAFETY & OPERATING MANUAL

Safety Information:

This multimeter has been designed according to IEC-1010 concerning electronic measuring instruments with an overvoltage category (CAT 2) and Pollution 2.

Follow all safety instructions when operating to ensure that the meter is used safely and is kept in good operating condition. Full compliance with safety standards can be guaranteed only with test leads supplied. If necessary, they must be replaced with the type specified in in this manual.

Safety Symbols:

  • warningImportant safety information, refer to the operating manual
  • dangerous voltageDangerous voltage may be present
  • earthedEarth ground
  •  dobule insualted Double insulation (Protection class 2)

Maintenance:

  • Before opening the casing, always disconnect test leads from all energised circuits.
  • For continued fire protection, replace fuse only with the specified voltage and current ratings: F 200mA/250V (Quick Acting)
  • Never use the digital multimeter unless the back casing is in place and fastened completely
  • Do not use abrasives or solvents on the meter. To clean, use a damp cloth and mild detergent only.

 

During Use:

  • Never exceed the protection limit values indicated in specifications for each range of measurement.
  • When the meter is linked to measurement circuit, do not touch unused terminals.
  • Never use the meter to measure voltages that might exceed 1000V DC or 700V AC above earth ground in category II installations.
  • When the value scale to be measured is unknown beforehand, set the range selector at the highest position. Before rotating the range selector to change functions, disconnect test leads from the circuit under test.
  • When carrying out measurements on TV or switching power circuits always remember that there may be high amplitude voltages pulses at test points, which can damage the meter.
  • Always is careful when working with voltages above 60V de or 30V ac rms. Keep fingers behind the probe barriers while measuring.
  • Before attempting to insert transistors for testing, always be sure that test leads have been disconnected from any measurement circuits.
  • Components should not be connected to the hFE socket when making voltage measurements with test leads.
  • Never perform resistance measurements on live circuits

General Information:

This digital multimeter is a handheld 31/2 digital multimeter for measuring DC and AC Voltage, DC and AC current, Resistance, Diode, Transistor, frequency,temperature,capacitance and Continuity Test with battery operated. The Back light of display is optional.

Specifications:

Accuracy is specified for a period of one year after calibration and at 18 to 28 ·c (64 °F to 82°F) with relative humidity to 80%.

General information:

  • Maximum voltage between terminals and earth ground: 1000V DC or 7000AC
  • Fuse Protection: F200mA/250V
  • Power: 9V DC Battery, NEDA 1604 or 6F22
  • Display: LCD, 1999 counts, updates 2-3/seconds
  • Measuring Method: Dual-slope integration A/D converter
  • Over-range Indication: Only figure ‘1’ on the display
  • Polarity Indication: ‘-‘ Displayed for negative polarity
  • Operating Environment: 0 to 40°C
  • Storage Temperature: -10°C to 50°C
  • Low Battery Indication: battery appears on the display
  • Size: 31.5mm x 91mm x 189mm
  • Weight: Approximately 280g

DC Voltage:

1

Overload Protection: 250V rms, For 200mv range and 1000V DC or rms. AC for other ranges.

AC Voltage:

2

Overload Protection: 250V rms, For 200mv range and 1000V DC or rms. AC for other ranges.

  • Frequency range: 40Hz to 400Hz.
  • Response: Average responding, calibrated in rms. Of a sine wave

 

DC Current:

4

  • Overload protection: 250V DC or rms. ac
  • Overload protection: F 200mA/250V fuse (20A range unfused)

 

AC Current:

5

  • Overload protection: 250V DC or rms. ac
  • Frequency range: 40Hz to 400Hz.
  • Response: Average responding, calibrated in rms. Of sine wave

Resistance:

6

  • Maximum open-circuit voltage: 3.2V
  • Overload protection: 250V DC or rms. AC for all ranges

Frequency:

7

Temperature:

8

Capacitance:

9

Operating Instructions

  1. Connect the red test lead to the “V. Q .mA” jack and the black lead to the “COM” jack.
  2. Set rotary switch at desired DCV position. If the voltage to be measured is not known beforehand, set range switch at the highest range position and then reduce ti until satisfactory resolution is obtained.
  3.  Connect test leads across the source or load. being measured.
  4.  Read voltage value on the LCD display along with the polarity of the red lead connection

AC Voltage Measurement:

  1. Connect the red test lead to”V. Q .mA” jack and the black test lead to the “COM” jack.
  2. Set the rotary switch at desired ACV position. Connect the test leads across the source of load being measured.
  3. Read voltage value on the LCD Display

Resistance Measurement:

    1. Connect the red test lead to”V. Q .mA” jack and the black test lead to the “COM” jack. The polarity of the red lead is positive ( + )
    2. Set the rotary switch at desired ACV position. Connect the test leads across the source of load being measured.
    3. Connect the test leads across the resistor to be measured and read the LCD display
    4. if the resistance being measured is connected to a circuit, turn off the power and discharge all capacitors before applying the test probes.

Diode Test:

  1. Connect the red test lead to”V. Q .mA” jack and the  black test lead to the “COM” jack. (The polarity of the red lead is positive ( + )
  2. Set the rotary switch at “->+” position
  3. Connect the red test lead to the anode of the diode to be tested and the black test lead to the cathode of the diode to be tested. The approximate, forward voltage drop of the diode will be displayed. If the connection is reversed. Only figure 1 will be shown.

 

Transistor Test:

  1. Set the rotary switch at “hFE”position
  2. Determine whether the transistor under testing is NPN or PNP and locate the emitter, base and collector leads. Insert the leads into proper holes of the hFE

    socket on the front panel.

  3. Read the approximate hFE value at the test condition of base current 10 μ A and Vce 3v.

    Note:

    To avoid electrical shock, remove test leads from measurement circuits before testing a transistor.

    Audible Continuity Test:

    1. Connect red test lead to” V, Q”, black test lead to “COM”

    2. Set range switch to wifiPosition.

    3. Connect test leads to two points of circuit to be tested. If continuity exists, built~in buzzer will sound.

    Measuring Temperature

    1. Set the rotary switch at TEMP Position and the LCD display will show the current environment temperature.

    2. Connect the K type thermoelectric couple to “V

    Q. mA “C “and “COM” jacks.

    3. The display will read Temperature Vatue degrees Celsius

Measuring Frequency:

1.Connect the black test lead to the COM jack and the red test lead to the V Q Hz jack.
2.Set the rotary switch at kHz position and connect test leads across the source or load under measurement.

Note:

1.Reading is possible at input voltages above 10 Vrms, but the accuracy is not guaranteed,
2. For noisy environments,it is preferable to use shield cable for measuring small signal.

Measuring Capacitance:

1.Set the rotary switch at desired F position.
2.Before inserting capacitor under measurement into capacitance testing socket.be sure that the capacitor has been discharged fully.
3.When measuring capacitors with shorter leads,a testing adapter is provided with the meter into the capacitance testing socket on the front panel to continue measurements.
4.When testing large capacitance, note that there will be a certain time lag before the final indication.

Warning:

To avoid electric shock,be sure the capacitor measuring adapter has been removed before changing to another function measurement.

Battery and Fuse Replacement:

  1. If” rfl “appears on display, it indicates that the battery should be replaced.
  2. Fuse rarely need replacement and blow almost always as a result of operator’s error.
  3. To replace battery & fuse (200mA/250V)remove the 2 screws in the bottom of the case. Simply remove the old, and replace with a new one.
  4. Be careful to observe battery polarity.

warningWarning:

Before attempting to open the case, always be sure that test leads have been disconnected from measurement circuits.

Close case and tighten screws completely before using the meter to avoid electrical shock hazard.

Accessories

  1. Operator’s instruction manual
  2. Set of test leads
  3. Gift box
  4. 9 volt battery. NEDA 1604 6F22 006P type
  5. Holster (option)
  6. “K” type thermocouple (XB-92068, XB-92088)

FOR THE FUNCTION OF THE PRODUCTS,SEE THE PANEL OF THE DIGITAL MULTIMETERS OF ALL TYPES.

 

 

 

 

750Amp Surge Protected Jumper Leads and How to Jump Start a Vehicle

Product Code: Q750AS
Product Code: Q750AS

The qest@ 750AMP 3.6M Surge Protected Jumper Leads are designed for use on 4, 6 and 8 cylinder vehicles. These vehicles require a higher Cold Cranking Amperage and with the power of 750Amps, will allow a higher level of current to pass through the leads.

The Anti Surge protection provides extra safety for your vehicle while being jump started from another vehicle. This eliminates the possibility of an electronic surge damaging the vehicles on board computer. The 3.6M length allows a good distance between both vehicles when attempting a jump start.

The durable plastic carry case allows for easy storage while not in use.

Features:

  • Product Code: Q750AS
  • Lead Length: 3.6M
  • Amperage: 750AMP
  • Fully Insulated Battery Cable
  • In-Built Surge Protection To Protect Vehicle Electronics
  • Suitable For Use On 4, 6 & 8 Cylinder Vehicles

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Step-by-Step Instructions to Jump Starting Your Vehicle using the qest@ 750AMP 3.6M Surge Protected Jumper Leads:

1. Make sure the battery is the problem: 

Check the headlights of the disabled vehicle. Are they dim or bright? (Note that in some cars you will need to turn the ignition on to test the headlights). If they are dim, it’s likely your battery is the culprit. If your headlights are bright, you do not have a dead battery and a jump start will not help.

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2.  Put the key in the ignition and see whether your dashboard lights up as usual.

Test the stereo. In most cases, even with a low battery you should see some dashboard lights and get some sound out of the stereo. If you do not get a flicker out of your dashboard, you may have a problem with your ignition switch.

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3. Try to start the car. Does it turn over very slowly, or does it crank quickly? If it cranks quickly, you do not have a dead battery and a jump start will not help. If it cranks slowly, or not at all, you probably have a dead battery.

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4. Open each car’s hood and locate the battery. On most cars, it will be near the front of the car on the right or left side, but on some cars the battery may be located near the firewall between the engine and passenger compartment. In some cars the battery is located in the boot. If unsure, see the manual for location of the battery.

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5. Identify the positive and negative terminals.

The positive terminal will be marked with a plus sign (+) and will usually have a red cable attached to it.

Vehicles Postive Terminal
Vehicles Postive Terminal

The negative terminal will be marked with a minus sign (-) and will usually have a black cable attached to it.

Vehicles Negative Terminal
Vehicles Negative Terminal

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6. Ensure vehicles are close enough for the 3M Jumper Leads to reach either battery.

It is recommended to view under the bonnet of each vehicle to locate the battery position before bringing the 2 vehicles close together.

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7. Before connecting the leads ensure the ignition is switched off.

Connect the RED ( + ) to the vehicles battery supplying the charge to the vehicle with the flat battery.

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Take the other RED ( + ) end and connect to the battery of the flat vehicle.

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8. Connect the BLACK ( – ) to the vehicles battery supplying the charge.

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9. Connect the BLACK ( – ) to the flat vehicles engine block or vehicle body ensuring a good connection.

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Always ensure that the Jumper Leads are not in the way of any moving parts such as fan belts.

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10. Start the vehicle supplying the Jump Start and slightly rev the engine:

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 While this is running start the vehicle with the flat battery:

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11. Once the vehicle with the flat battery is started carefully remove the Jumper Leads ensuring that they do not make contact with any moving parts.

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12. Should the vehicle with the flat battery not start after several attempts it may be a faulty battery or other problems that will need to be assessed by a qualified mechanic. Please consult the vehicles owner’s manual for further instructions.

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WARNING:

  • Batteries produce explosive gases.
  • Ensure both batteries are of the same voltage.
  • If the battery appears to have no liquid or if the liquid is frozen, do not jump start the battery.
  • Do not smoke around batteries or use naked flames of any kind.
  • Always protect your eyes by wearing safety glasses.
  • Ensure both vehicles are in the park position and hand brake is on.
  • Ensure that both vehicles are not touching while trying to jump start.
ALWAYS APPLY THE BLACK ( – ) CLAMP TO A SOLID STATIONARY METAL COMPONENT ON THE ENGINE OF THE VEHICLE.

IMPORTANT:

When jump starting a vehicle with a discharged battery, always apply the BLACK ( – ) clamp to a solid stationary metal component on the engine of the vehicle. This provides an earthed connection.

If the vehicle’s battery is located in another area other than the engine compartment, it may not be practical to attempt to connect jumper leads directly to the battery. Many vehicles of this type have dedicated jump starting connections in the engine compartment. These will be shown in the vehicle’s handbook.

 

 

 

 

400Amp Surge Protected Jumper Leads and How to Jump Start a Vehicle

Product Code: Q400AS
Product Code: Q400AS

The qest@ 400AMP 3M Surge Protected Jumper Leads are designed for use on 4 cylinder vehicles.

The Anti Surge protection provides extra safety for your vehicle while being jump started from another vehicle. This eliminates the possibility of an electronic surge damaging the vehicles on board computer.

The 3M length allows a good distance between both vehicles when attempting a jump start.

The durable plastic carry case allows for easy storage while not in use.

Features:

  • Product Code: Q400AS
  • Lead Length: 3M
  • Amperage: 400AMP
  • Fully Insulated Battery Cable
  • In-Built Surge Protection To Protect Vehicle Electronics
  • Suitable For Use On 4 Cylinder Vehicles

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 Step-by-Step Instructions to Jump Starting Your Vehicle using the qest@ 400AMP 3M Surge Protected Jumper Leads:

1. Make sure the battery is the problem : 

Check the headlights of the disabled vehicle. Are they dim or bright? (Note that in some cars you will need to turn the ignition on to test the headlights). If they are dim, it’s likely your battery is the culprit. If your headlights are bright, you do not have a dead battery and a jump start will not help.

670px-Jump-Start-a-Car-Step-1Bullet1

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2.  Put the key in the ignition and see whether your dashboard lights up as usual.

Test the stereo. In most cases, even with a low battery you should see some dashboard lights and get some sound out of the stereo. If you do not get a flicker out of your dashboard, you may have a problem with your ignition switch.

670px-Jump-Start-a-Car-Step-1Bullet2

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3. Try to start the car. Does it turn over very slowly, or does it crank quickly? If it cranks quickly, you do not have a dead battery and a jump start will not help. If it cranks slowly, or not at all, you probably have a dead battery.

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4. Open each car’s hood and locate the battery. On most cars, it will be near the front of the car on the right or left side, but on some cars the battery may be located near the firewall between the engine and passenger compartment. In some cars the battery is located in the boot. If unsure, see the manual for location of the battery.

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5. Identify the positive and negative terminals. 

The positive terminal will be marked with a plus sign (+) and will usually have a red cable attached to it.

Vehicles Postive Terminal
Vehicles Postive Terminal

The negative terminal will be marked with a minus sign (-) and will usually have a black cable attached to it.

Vehicles Negative Terminal
Vehicles Negative Terminal

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6. Ensure vehicles are close enough for the 3M Jumper Leads to reach either battery.

It is recommended to view under the bonnet of each vehicle to locate the battery position before bringing the 2 vehicles close together.

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7. Before connecting the leads ensure the ignition is switched off.

Connect the RED ( + ) to the vehicles battery supplying the charge to the vehicle with the flat battery.

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Take the other RED ( + ) end and connect to the battery of the flat vehicle.

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8. Connect the BLACK ( – ) to the vehicles battery supplying the charge.

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9. Connect the BLACK ( – ) to the flat vehicles engine block or vehicle body ensuring a good connection.

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Always ensure that the Jumper Leads are not in the way of any moving parts such as fan belts.

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10. Start the vehicle supplying the Jump Start and slightly rev the engine:

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While this is running start the vehicle with the flat battery:

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11. Once the vehicle with the flat battery is started carefully remove the Jumper Leads ensuring that they do not make contact with any moving parts.

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12. Should the vehicle with the flat battery not start after several attempts it may be a faulty battery or other problems that will need to be assessed by a qualified mechanic. Please consult the vehicles owner’s manual for further instructions.

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WARNING:

  • Batteries produce explosive gases.
  • Ensure both batteries are of the same voltage.
  • If the battery appears to have no liquid or if the liquid is frozen, do not jump start the battery.
  • Do not smoke around batteries or use naked flames of any kind.
  • Always protect your eyes by wearing safety glasses.
  • Ensure both vehicles are in the park position and hand brake is on.
  • Ensure that both vehicles are not touching while trying to jump start.
ALWAYS APPLY THE BLACK ( – ) CLAMP TO A SOLID STATIONARY METAL COMPONENT ON THE ENGINE OF THE VEHICLE.

IMPORTANT:

When jump starting a vehicle with a discharged battery, always apply the BLACK ( – ) clamp to a solid stationary metal component on the engine of the vehicle. This provides an earthed connection.

If the vehicle’s battery is located in another area other than the engine compartment, it may not be practical to attempt to connect jumper leads directly to the battery. Many vehicles of this type have dedicated jump starting connections in the engine compartment. These will be shown in the vehicle’s handbook.

 

 

 

 

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