Question about 1995 Subaru Impreza
Actually you should always hook the positive leads first. Positive from the "donor" car to the positive terminal on the "patient" car. Then attach a negative lead from the donor car's negative terminal to the CHASSIS or MOTOR BODY of the patient car. This is vital to prevent a surge which could possibly spike your vehicles ECU. Start the donor car first, and always be sure to put a little load on the patient car, for example turn the headllights on, before attempting to start it. If you follow these instructions you can not go wrong.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
U need another vehicle there and a set of jump leads,
connect the negative up from the battery of one car to the negative of the other car and do the same with the positive.
the positive is the one with the cross of the red wires, be very careful not to put them on the wrong way round, then simply start the other car up and leave it for around 5 minuates then try 2 start your vehicle dont worry if you get a little spark when connecting the jump leads its perficaly normal.
hope this advice helps.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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