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Have you ever gotten behind the wheel of your Toyota, only to realize that your car just won't start? There's nothing worse than realizing that your battery is dead. The worst part of it all is that you can't really guess when this will happen; it's an unpredictable situation! We hope this doesn't happen to you any time soon, but do you know how to jump start your car in the event it does happen? Being able to perform this type of car maintenance in Charlotte can really save you some time and some money! 

Our Toyota dealership wants you to be prepared the next time this happens to you, which is why we're sharing these
Charlotte car maintenance tips with you. Let's get started!

Jump start your car with Charlotte car maintenance

This car maintenance in Charlotte is something every driver should be able to do, since you never know when it will happen to you! In order to properly jump start a car, you need a buddy help you out and good pair of jumper cables. Once your buddy comes to your rescue, make sure that you park the vehicles side by side. Make sure the vehicles are close enough to each other that the jumper cables connect on both vehicles, but that the vehicles don't touch. Once both vehicles are side by side and off, you can get started with this Charlotte car maintenance.

  • The first thing you need to do is connect one side of the red jumper cable to positive terminal of the good battery.
  • Then the other side of the red cable should be connected to the positive terminal of the dead battery.
  • Once you're set with the red side of the cables, connect one side of the black jumper cable to the negative terminal of the good battery.
  • This is extremely important: do NOT connect the other black cable to dead battery when performing this Charlotte car maintenance! The other end should be attached to a plain metal surface of the car with the dead battery.

Make sure you're doing this car maintenance correctly, or you may just cause more problems and may have to visit our Charlotte Toyota Service Center! Once you get the vehicles to start, leave the car with the bad battery charging for ten minutes. After those ten minutes are up, you and your buddy can hit the road.

Jump starting a car is easy with car maintenance tips

Before you actually perform this car maintenance in Charlotte, you have to figure out if the problem is actually the battery. This step can actually help you decide if you're in need of car maintenance in Charlotte or if you can go ahead and start the jumpstarting process. Some of the signs of a dead battery are:  


 

 

  • Headlights that turn on, but are dim
  • If battery warning sign turns on your dashboard
  • Your engine does turn over, but your vehicle doesn't turn on


And many others. If you need a new battery, swing by our service center! We're located at 13429 Statesville Road and our service center can be reached at 888-378-1214. We look forward to your visit!

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Toyota of North Charlotte
13429 Statesville Road
Huntersville, NC, just off I-77

Phone:

888.883.3797

Web:
www.toyotaofnorthcharlotte.com

 
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