Charging The Car Battery – Here’s How To Do It!
CHARGING THE CAR BATTERY – HERE’S HOW TO DO IT!
Frequent short trips, stop-and-start traffic, below zero temperatures and additional electrical loads have reduced the starting power of your battery. To avoid a battery failure, you should charge the battery in the spring and autumn at least. It is best to always combine external charging with changing the tyres. We will show you what to look out for when charging vehicle batteries.
Frequent journeys over a short distance, irregular driving profiles along with stop-and-start traffic, daily cold starts in the icy temperatures last winter, additional electrical consumers such as heated seats and parking or rear window heating have lowered the energy level of your battery start for start and journey for journey.
Treat your battery to an extra boost of external recharging now!
Which charger do I need to use?
As a general rule, fully automatic chargers (charging voltage limitation with 14.8V) are well suited for charging the battery installed in a vehicle. These charging devices are fully automatic. Depending on the battery capacity, we recommend the following chargers:
How to correctly charge your battery with AutoAdvisor
Mounting The Charger
- Mount the charger to the car using the mounting hook provided.
- Simply lever out the mounting hook and find a suitable position to hang the charger from.
Connect The Charger To The Battery
- Attach the red clamp to the positive terminal on the battery.
- Attach the black clamp to the negative terminal on the battery.
Connecting To Power Supply
- If you are not close to a 230V plug socket, use an extension lead.
- Simply plug your charger in to start charging.
Set Charger To Correct Settings
- Toggle through charger settings to set type of battery and type of charge required.
- Charging starts automatically.
Charging Is Complete
- Once Fully Charged, unplug and disconnect the charger for the battery and power supply.
- Your battery is now in optimum condition.