Question about 2003 Chevrolet Blazer
If you piggy-back the batterys, you eliminate the possibility of security system problems.
Get 2 pieces of strong wire and wrap one round the bottom of each terminal on the new battery. While the old battery is still connected, wrap the other end of the wires round an accessible part of the car's battery clamps (live first). You will see a small spark when you make the final connection. Now loosen the bolts holding the clamps to the old battery's terminals (careful not to disconnect the wires to the new battery) and lift the old battery out of the car. drop the new battery in. Before fitting the clamps, tighten them a little then tap them onto the terminals. Tightening the clamps first makes the clamp grab the terminal before it goes all the way on. You can now remove the wires from the battery and clamps, loosen the clamps and, without removing them, fit them correctly.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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