Tyro Shooter Posted March 7, 2004 Share Posted March 7, 2004 Ah... that is what the long coat hanger is for , you may wish to tape it up to the tip, from underneath the engine compartment reach up and carefully guide the tip of the coat hanger to the top of the battery terminal (this was in the mid 80's when engine compartments were not as cramped) the victim was a Lincoln town car at the time I had a cohort/ roommate who helped out from the wheel well where we could place it securely enough to stay until discharge Now if you have one of them german forin jobs the battery is in the trunk. . .and I would recomend 12 ga. slugs. my Legal counsel has advised that this is for entertainment use only . . .I never did this . . .I never lived in Sherman Oaks, CA . . .I am not now and never was here!!! Oh and he also advised to wear gloves as car batteries have enough amps to hurt and cause injury, And to wear your range ears if the alarm is going off during surgery. Now as a growed up responsible "Adult" if I was confronted with this challenge I would get Two rolling Floor jacks and ever so gently raise up said car and very carefully roll it into the middle of the street, wipe off any fingerprints and sweaty DNA evidence and stroll to the nearest phone to inform the local constable about a traffic hazard. Yes I own two rolling floor jacks but I use them for entertainment purposes only! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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