Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette
You may have to expose the battery terminals due the fact of plastic covers on the newer vehicles. If the battery terminals are already exposed, you will find one terminal with a red wire while the other is black, (usually). The terminal witht the red wire is considered the positive terminal, which will match a plus sign. The red jumper cable must be attached to this terminal, and the other red jumper cable must be attached to the other battery with a red wire. Then, follow suit with the black wire, this is the negative wire, hence the minus sign. This works if you have another vehicle to jump your battery from.
If you are using a battery charger, you will have to connect the reds to reds and the blacks to blacks using the aligator clips at the ends.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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