Just want to do it right .Hi guys I have a battery charger for my car 1 ? Do I need to disconnect the battery from my car or can I just hook the positive and negative leads up as it is I'm the car to


Asked by Jul 28, 2015 at 10:06 AM about the 2003 Volkswagen Jetta GLS TDi Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Proably dumb ? But that's a woman
for ya

8 Answers


You do not have to unhook battery terminals from battery to charge.

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You do not have to disconnect/unhook anything to charge your battery. Simply put the Red + cable from charger on same, and the Black clamp wire to a good ground on the chassis-frame-or battery terminal. Now please don't demean yourself, we all have our areas of knowledge. Women are smarter than I am. Trust me on that one.

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Good morning firebird338. I type so slow your answer was not there

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Wzup FordNut do not worry about it I just answered a question and at that time it said no one had answered it but when I submitted the answer someone else had already answered the question 23 seconds earlier same as the answer I gave.

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Hey guys I appreciate all your answers don't argue :)

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We are not arguing Sandra. Honest. firebird338 and I have been answering questions together for a while. There is no argument. He knows I am always right. JUST KIDDING-!! He is right more often than I am, we just have some Gentleman's disagreements on a few things. Nothing that really matters. Like your question..no argument there, we agree.

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He is right Sandra no arguments here like he said just some gentleman disagreements but its all good.

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oooo behave baby;-)

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