How To Start Charging
1.) Connect the POSITIVE (red) connector to the POSITIVE (POS,P,+) battery terminal. Next, connect the NEGATIVE (black) connector to the NEGATIVE (NEG,N,-) battery terminal or vehicle chassis. DO NOT CONNECT TO THE CARBURETOR, FUEL LINES, OR THIN, SHEET METAL PARTS. MAKE THE CONNECTION TO THE
ENGINE BLOCK OR A HEAVY GAUGE METAL PART OF THE FRAME. If you are using the 12V plug connector, insert the 12V plug connector into to your 12VDC socket.
2.) Confirm that you have connected the battery clamp connectors (included) or eyelet terminal connectors (sold separately) properly to the battery. MAKING SURE THE CONNECTIONS ARE POSITIVE TO POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TO NEGATIVE. If using the 12V plug connector, check to make sure that it is firmly inserted into the 12VDC socket.
3.) For optimal performance place, mount or secure the solar battery charger so that it is facing the direction of the sun.
4.) Connect the battery clamp connectors, 12V Plug Connector, or eyelet terminal connectors to the solar battery charger.
5.) The solar battery charger is now operating and can be left connected to the battery at all times to provide maintenance charging. However, it is good practice to check the battery periodically. If the battery is ever unusually warm, disconnect the charger immediately, and have the battery tested by a local technician.
6.) When disconnecting the charger, disconnect in the reverse sequence.
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