If your battery has died, you may be able to use your jump starter to help it start. If you can safely use jumper cables on your vehicle, make sure that the car jump starter has at least as much voltage as your own. For example, delivers 2,000 amps for restarting your vehicles. Read how to Jump start your car below
1. Make sure both cars are turned off. Put automatic transmission cars in Park. Put manual transmission cars in Neutral. Set the parking brake firmly so the vehicle cannot move.
2. Connect the first end of the RED positive lead to the positive terminal on the working battery. Do the same for the other end of the lead for the flat battery.
3. Connect the BLACK negative lead to the negative terminal on the working battery, then attach the other BLACK negative cable to your car batter terminal.
4. Check the leads are away from moving parts then after about a minute, try starting the car with the dead battery. If it doesn’t work, allow the working vehicle to charge the battery for an additional minute or two before attempting again. Switch off the engine if the leads get hot.
5. After you have your car running, leave the engine on for a couple of minutes to charge the battery.
6. Remove cables in reverse order. Make sure they don’t touch together or any metal surfaces. Keep the jumped car running for at least 30 minutes to give the battery sufficient time to recharge itself.