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Napa charger Model No. will not charge 12volt car battery? What could be the problem?


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How do I set the settings on my NAPA automatic starter/charger to charge my battery in the car or to try to use it to quick start the car battery? Both ways to set the starter/charger would be helpfu


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How do I set the settings on my NAPA automatic starter/charger 85-435 to charge my car battery or to try to quick start my car? I have a 1997 VW Cabriolet.


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Napa charger #85-435 will not charge


He said his battery charger is not working, this has nothing to do with the car not starting or charging? So if anyone can recomend what he needs to do to get his battery charger working would be helpful to him.

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Need to purchase a battery charger, what type do you recommend?


It really depends on what you are going to use it for. I use a small charger when I just want to maintain a battery. I use mine also for keeping the battery up while I am performing computer diagnostics on a vehicle without the engine running.
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I purchased mine from Matco Tools (Matco part number MIC1200) It is available through many local parts suppliers as well as online automotive parts and equipment suppliers.

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Car will start with a battery charger hooked up but not otherwis


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