Cars break down every now and again. Some cars break down more than others. Regardless of if you have a new car or a lemon, it is important to always have jumper cables in the back of your car in the case of emergency. You never know when you or someone you meet will need their car jumpstarted. In this video, you will learn how to properly jump start a car.
The first step is to pull the working car next to the dead car. It is crucially important that you turn both cars off before continuing.
You don’t want to get electrocuted. After this, open the hoods of both cars. Next, take one end of the red jumper cable and connect it to the positive end of the battery that is stalled. Connect the other end of this cable to positive cable on the working car. Next, plug the black jumper cable into the negative side of the good battery and a clean piece of metal on the dead car. You don’t want to plug it into the negative part of the batter because these might cause an explosion. Finally, start the good car and let it run for a few minutes to charge the dead battery. Then, all you need to do is remove the cables in the reverse order that you put them on.