How To Jump Your Car Battery Using Our New Stickers!

How often have you had a dead car battery? How often has your car died in the middle of nowhere? Jumping your car battery between two cars is possible, however it can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing! That’s why we just released these new heat-resistant stickers that go under your hood so you always know how to jump your car battery!

Jumping your car has never been easier. All you need is a charged car, jumper cables, and these 8 steps! Watch the video below for more:)

8 Steps to Successfully Jumping your Car Battery:

1. Connect the red clamp from one end of the jumper cables to the positive post on your dead car.

2. Connect the red clamp from the other end of the jumper cables to the positive post on your charged car.

3. Connect a black clamp from your jumper cables to the negative post on your charged car.

4. Connect the other black clamp to the negative post on your dead car.

5. Start the charged car and let it run for about 2-4 minutes.

6. Try to turn your dead car on. If it starts, perfect! If not, let the battery charge more.

7. Once your dead car is running, remove the clamps in order of 4, 3, 2, 1. Never let the clamps touch though!

8. Drive your (once) dead car for at least 30 minutes so the battery fully charges.

Here’s what the sticker looks like & where I put it in my car!

 

 

That’s it! I hope this sticker helps & if you jump your car using it, make sure to tag us on Instagram #chicmoto #motorwithconfidence.

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Comments 6

  1. Thank you for making these helpful stickers available.

  2. Thank you so much for creating the sticker and for the video! I am always nervous when I have to attempt to jumpstart my car. Thanks to you I can jumpstart my car with confidence. What a great feeling. Thank you again.

  3. I believe that it’s great yo have the sticker because my teenager won’t have to call someone she can simply ask someone for a jump and be able to set it up for it perfectly!

  4. This is something I need to get my daughter

  5. Thanks for sharing this information. It was quite interesting to read this article. It was really useful and knowledgeable. Great work keep going. Thank you.

  6. Caroline, avoid going to the negative post on the dead car. Reason being hydrogen gas could be present and a spark could explode the dead battery.
    FYI.

    Paw Paw

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