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Vw battery 2003-what do i hook the cables to? to many wires and screws....HELP

I have a 2003 vw beetle...left the lights on-trying to charge it now....when i open the battery box, i have a thick red a thick black two small (pink) and 1 small orange..really????it has a screw up by the top of the wires and a screw at the bottom of the wires...which screw to i hook the cables to? yea, im a female....

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The thick red is the posotive ,the posotive from your charger needs to be clipped to this cable .can also be shown as + .the black is the negative so connect the negative from your charger to this ,can also be shown as -..Its important you get this right .RED POSOTIVE .BLACK NEGATIVE.Cheers

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