Changing a car battery is not an easy task. It would be more troublesome for the care owners when it comes to changing it without losing the car settings.
Today, we will discuss how to change a car battery without losing settings. Let’s dive into the details:
How to change a car battery without losing settings?
Let’s take a look at the step by step procedures to change a car battery without losing settings.
What will you need?
- A 12 V battery
- A small power socket set
- A booster
- Crocodile clips
Step 1 (get the car battery):
- Firstly, you should find out the battery by opening the bonnet of your car.
- Usually, you will find the battery in a padded canvas cover or plastic box. However, sometimes you may get the battery inside the car seat.
Step 2 (Fixed the alternative power source):
- When using 12 V batteries and a set of jump packs, set the subsidiary battery on the surface next to the car and join the jump leads to the subsidiary battery.
- Now enter the black lead to the negative end and the red lead to the positive end.
- Clamp the clips at the opposite terminal of the jump leads that connect to the battery.
Step 3 (get rid of the clamp that holds the battery):
- Use the socket set to loosen the bolt on the clamp.
- Now you can easily remove the clamp that holds the battery in place.
Step 4 (Change the old battery and Set up the new car battery):
- Get rid of the leads from the existing battery while ensuring that the clips from the subsidiary power source remain joined.
- Change the old battery from the car when you feel that the leads are open from the battery.
- Now adjust the edges to the new battery by making sure that the terminal connection is accurate.
Step 5 (Clamp the new car battery and test):
- Keep the clamp back in position
- Tighten the bolts on the clamp to hold the new car battery firmly in place.
- Start the car to make sure that the new battery has been successfully fitted.
There you have a complete step-by-step procedure, ‘how to change a car battery without losing settings”. Have you tried this technique? IF so, then please let us know by leaving a comment below.