Yes. you can use one of the self contained jump starters. But you will need to drive it for quite a while to get the battery charged from the alternator.Damn battery dead again, need to get a good trickle charger.
I can't face taking this thing in again to get charged. CAn I jump it with one of those self contained jumper boxes?
which is the reason our crime rate is 90% less than yours i guess :facepalmI haven't been to Australia in twenty years. Do you all pay attention to car alarms? Here in the US they are ignored completely.
I personally can't see the point in having a car alarm when the top is made of fabric anyway... I don't know that anyone's breaking in to steal the car but rather breaking in to get your ipod laying in the passenger seat - which will take them all of 10 seconds to get in and get at - regardless of whether you have an alarm or not.which is the reason our crime rate is 90% less than yours i guess :facepalm
Cant see the point of having a car alarm if you dont set it ?????
thanks, good idea. How long you recommend using the self contained charger for?Yes. you can use one of the self contained jump starters. But you will need to drive it for quite a while to get the battery charged from the alternator.
If you have flattened the battery more than one, a new one is in your near future.
I bought a CTEK smart charger some time ago. I have a quick disconnect on my motorcycle battery and on the Elise. Makes it very convenient to keep the battery healthy when I am only driving the car sporadically.