The same way you charge any battery, by hooking it up to an appropriate charger.
By hooking it up to an appropriate charger.
Check the fuses. By hooking it up backwards, you may have blown many fuses, and/or completely damaged the vehicle wiring system, and/or shorted out the starter motor.
The battery is dead - you would need to boost the vehicle in order for it to start , but once you shut the vehicle off it will not start again without boosting or hooking it up to a battery charger
they can be recharged by hooking jumper cables from a car to the mower or if the battery is fried you would have to buy a new battery for it Use a battery charger just like the one you use on an auto battery.
Have you tried hooking a battery charger up , or getting a battery boost from another vehicle or battery jumpstarter pack ? Are your battery cable connections clean and tight ?
Some car battery charges will not charge a completely dead battery. You need to find a type of battery charger that is designed to charge a completely dead battery. You can get around this by hooking a car with a working battery up to the dead battery with jumper cables. The alternator/charging system of the car with the good battery will charge the dead battery. Leave them connected for about 30 min, then disconnect and try to use the battery charger again. If it still won't charge, hook it up to the car with the good battery for a longer period of time.
Something is on pulling power from the battery at the moment you hook it up. Or you are connecting it up backwards if you see allot of sparks.
You have some serious problems. Hooking up a battery backwards plays hell with the electronics. If you really want to keep the car you will probably have to replace a lot if not all the electronic control devices that manage your engine.
Always the negative.
hi if u connect the battery the wrong way the gauges will bouncing this is because the gauges has whats called a ballast resistor an diodes this prevent the voltage current to flow only in one direction so it wil be preventing burning of the gauges
Damage to the alternatoron both vehicles can occur and permanent damage to the batterries also can occur. Always be sure of +positive to +positive and -negative to -negative if unsure do not attempt to jump vehical it can be a costly mistake.
Hooking the battery cables up incorrectly. Reversing the polarity can cause the battery to explode.
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You could try un hooking the battery.
Electrical wheelchairs are charged simply by charging the wheelchairs batteries. This can be done by hooking a charger up to the wheelchair and then plugging it into a wall outlet.
No, it won't do anything.
The same thing happened to me! one day i was cleaning the battery terminals and after hooking the battery back up it worked again!
In electrics, hooking two or more cells together is what gives you a battery, so I really don't know what you're asking about
I would start by checking the alternator yourself or take it and have it checked. If you had'nt had any battery issuses like hooking battery up wrong It is prob. your alternator.
Very bad things happen when you reverse polarity while hooking up your car battery. You can destroy your ecu ( brain ) ignition control unit and just about anything else. If you did do this and heard a big pop sound and possibly smelled electrical smoke ( burning insulation on wires ) you understand what I am saying.
Yes most of the time you can when you are pulling the Bird backwards. When pulling from the front, it is possible, but take your time and watch what you are hooking around.
If you're talking about hooking it back up to a specific ps3, then just plug in the usb charger that should come with the ps3. Hope this helps!
Not positive, but i would think that disconnecting and hooking the battery back up should do the trick
You probably fried all the electronics. Take it to a trusted mechanic to diagnose it.