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I want to hook up a trickle charger to the battery using two small 'circle' ends that ultimately go to the charger. I see the negative terminal clearly but the positive side of the battery has a lot of connectors. Which one would I connect it to? I do not want to disconnect the battery as the power to the car will reset all the electrical settings.? By the way it is a 2007 Bentley GTC. If there is not a solution, where would I connect the positive 'alligator' clip to go to the battery charger?

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I remove the plastic cover over the positive terminal of the AGM battery and connect the alligator clip to the main lug though as indicated in the other post it schools not matter which wire connection is used in the hub of wires at the AGM battery positive terminal.

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With a trickle charger you can connect to any wire that goes to the battery as long as there is no circuit between the charger and the batt

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Battery chargers are wired into a boat's electrical system. Wiring the charger to a battery switch permits the charging of the individual batteries or battery banks. The switch can be configured to charge both batteries or battery banks at once. Mounting the charger in the vessel keeps the charger where it will do the most good--connected to the batteries. This is useful if you are stuck with low batteries and need a recharge. Power from a generator, shore power or even AC power from another vessel can be used to get you going again

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3. Once the cables from the charger are properly connected to the battery, you can plug in the charger and turn on the power.

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    Insert the exposed end of the positive (red) cable under the loosened bolt on the positive terminal of the alternator, then tighten the bolt. If the cable has an eyelet, hook it over the terminal and screw the bolt back in place and tighten using a wrench.

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    two things.

    first,
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    second,
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    use a pair in your battery, put the red one in your positive terminal and put the black one in the negative terminal. be careful that the other pair on the other end dose not touch with each other. somebody should be holding them apart.

    then o the other end where there is a good battery, start the car , now put the black clip to the negative terminal of the battery and then put the red clip to the positive terminal.
    there should be a spark as you put the last red clip so be careful.

    let it be for about 15-20 mins. you can rev up the running cars from time to time.

    then after 2- min, you can start your car.

    you will only fry your computer if there is a wrong lead on a wrong terminal so be very careful in choosing which terminal is positive and which is negative.

    the positive terminal is marked with a plus sign "+ "
    the negative terminal is marked with a minus sign " - "

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