Question about 1997 Mercury Cougar XR7
I assume that you are talking about car or truck (vehicle) batteries or lead-acid accumulators. If so, yes, usually temporarily, when you need to boost a dead battery with a strong one, either for start-up or for charging purposes. The procedure is simple, but can be dangerous if an error occurs. A lead-acid battery contains dilute suphuric acid which can cause severe burns if it comes in contact with the skin or clothes (though some types of fabric are resistant to its effects). If fact, it can cause blindness if it explodes into you face. So beware. If in doubt, let a qualified auto-electrician do the job instead. Would you want to venture it yourself, so I can outline the procedure?
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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