Car batteries cannot recharge themselves without first receiving power from an outside source. A common method of providing the initial power to start a dead battery is through connecting the dead battery to a live one i... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

To recharge a car battery, clean the battery terminals, and connect a trickle charger to the terminals. Turn on the trickle charger, and allow the battery to charge overnight. Check that the battery is charged by turning... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

The most effective way to charge a car's battery is to use a car battery charger, or to simply run the car so the vehicle can charge the battery while it runs. It is also possible to use another car to charge the battery... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance
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