There is nothing worse than getting ready to start your car, only for nothing to happen. When you find yourself with a dead battery, it is essential to understand how to charge it back up safely. Though it is often best left to the Apopka auto repair professionals, it is possible to charge your battery at home with the proper precautions and equipment.
How to Charge Your Battery
Make sure everything is off, including the lights and any accessories. Once you can access the battery, remove the negative cable first. You then want to make sure that the charger is off and hook the positive cable to the positive terminal on your battery, followed by the negative cable to the negative terminal.
Set the charger to the slowest charge rate and then turn it on. Depending on the voltage you need, it will take 6-12 hours to charge your battery fully. If your car is unable to hold the charge, you may need to bring it into the shop.
Whenever you are experiencing battery issues, contact the experts at Millikan Battery & Electric. We will assist you in diagnosing and resolving all of the problems you are experiencing so you can get back to your daily life. Give us a call today at (407) 886-8285 to schedule service.