A bolt, couple of nuts, couple of washers required. Sandpaper or emery cloth to bare contact metal. No drilling required. works great.
Anyone figure out how to put the damn engine cover back on?Thanks 19BCPDave,
I'm aware about removing the cover but was wondering if anyone had come up with a work-around to avoid removing the cover. Getting to the positive battery terminal is possible without removing the "snorkel", so Honda should have put the remote ground connection more easily accessible.
I agree, the engine cover is bit of a challenge. I applied some white grease to the alignment knobs to make the plastic panel easier to remove for servicing. I wish the engine cover came with a fixed hardware area for easy realignment.Anyone figure out how to put the damn engine cover back on?
Great idea and super simple.
I bought this after see a AAA service truck using one after my regular booster pack died. I actually bought a second one for my sister who is a school teacher and she used it more than me helping her fellow teachers with a jump. Much easier to store and the lithium batteries in it discharge at a much lower rate so you don’t have to keep topping it off as much. Comes in a nice case with all leads and even charging cables for your phone or laptop( comes in handy during a power outage) You can usually get it cheaper when it’s on sale at Harbor freight.I purchased this one in Dec 2013 (according to Amazon), and it still works. My first batttery pack (Walmart brand) only survived 3-4 years. Of course you need to keep them topped off.
Q: Wouldn't those engine covers still prevent you from using one of these devices?
One day I'll pop my hood and do a look-see.