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Ver First remove the caps on your battery to make sure you have liquid above the plates, there should be a level line on the battery case. If any are low add distilled water up to the line. Then you need to determine which post on the battery is the +, normally has a red wire going to it. Connect the red clamp from your charger here first, then connect the - black clamp to the other post. Do not charge over 2 amps.

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I have a 2003 Foreman ES and the engine and transmission share the same oil on mine.

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