The battery in my 2002 911 C2 is too low to start the car, and I need to recharge it. Where do I do that?Thank you!

Asked by Feb 22, 2013 at 09:12 PM about the 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Where do I connect the leads from my charger, and are there special cautions?

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Red to Red... Black to Black.......... Red positive your charger should have one red lead wire and clip and one black lead red to red on battery plus sign

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I got my answer. Thank you.

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Also buy yourself a trickle charger and hook it up when not in use for more than a couple of days. Your battery always have a draw and the charger will prolong its life

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Thank you!!!

I use a trickle charger through the power plug in car. aka cig lighter

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