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Simple Rules are Sometimes the Best


Breaking our streak of long resource pieces, here’s a quick, but very useful post from Jeff in Arizona. In it, he reminds everyone that disconnection procedures (order of operations) apply even when you’re not using a jump starter or charger. When disconnecting a vehicle battery, order of operations matters here too. He even shows what happens when you don’t follow the proper procedure and it is not pretty (or inexpensive). Several comments talked about how they had this drilled into their head many years ago and it has been very useful. So, check it out.

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