To use an Exide car battery charger, remove the battery from the vehicle, attach the charging cables to it, and choose the appropriate voltage and amperes on the charger. Then, provide power supply to the charger, and adjust the charging time to charge the battery for the required period. Finally, disconnect the charger, and replace the battery in the vehicle.
To remove the battery from the vehicle's engine, undo the cable connections of the battery using a 3/4-inch wrench. Disconnect the red cable and then the black cable, and pull out the battery.
To connect the charger's cables to the battery, connect the cable with the black and red alligator clips to the battery's negative and positive terminals, respectively. Then, adjust the knob that reads Volt/Amp Selector on the charger to choose the voltage and ampere required, depending on the battery size.
Connect the charger to a power outlet, and adjust the charging time between 8 and 12 hours. If the battery is fully drained, charge the battery for 24 hours.
After charging, disconnect power supply to the charger, take out the terminal clamps, and reassemble the battery in the vehicle's engine. To do this, connect the battery's negative cable and then its positive cable.
Use the Exide battery charger to charge car batteries of any brand.