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Well different cars have different proceedures. These can be found in the owners guide of vehicle. You are pretty much always safe going car to car on the positive side of the battery. Then hook the ground up to a large peice of clean, unpainted metal on the engine itself. Or go old school and go straight to the negative between each car. If nothing is shorted out on accident I have never seen any bad reactions from computers or anything.
Ground connects LAST. Look around there is a positive attachment somewhere, usually under a red plactic cover, that is the positive hook up, negative to some major metal somewhere on the engine...
No smoking during this event, explosion hazard.
should be a not so big but medium big looking block either on the right or left side of the vehicle under hood. It will have two posts either on the top or side, a silver color. Two cables (one positive, one negative) will be connected to the posts which should also be labeled positive and negative.