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Charging the battery

Mercedes-Benz G-Class / Mercedes-Benz G-Class Owners Manual / Breakdown assistance / Battery (vehicle) / Charging the battery

WARNING
During charging and jump-starting, explosive gases can escape from the battery. There is a risk of an explosion.

Particularly avoid fire, naked flames, creating sparks and smoking. Ensure there is sufficient ventilation while charging and jump-starting.

Do not lean over a battery.

WARNING
Battery acid is caustic. There is a risk of injury.

Avoid contact with the skin, eyes or clothing.

Do not inhale any battery gases. Do not lean over the battery. Keep children away from batteries. Wash battery acid immediately with water and seek medical attention.

WARNING
A discharged battery can freeze at temperatures below freezing point. When jump-starting the vehicle or charging the battery, gases can escape from the battery.

There is a risk of an explosion.

Allow the frozen battery to thaw out before charging it or jump-starting.

Only use battery chargers with a maximum charging voltage of 14.8 V.

 Only charge the battery using the jumpstarting connection point.

Never charge a battery still installed in the vehicle unless a battery charger unit approved by Mercedes-Benz is being used.

A battery charger unit specially adapted for Mercedes-Benz vehicles and tested and approved by Mercedes-Benz is available as an accessory. It permits the charging of the battery in its installed position. Contact an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center for information and availability. Charge the battery in accordance with the separate instructions for the battery charger.

The jump-starting connection point is in the engine compartment .

Read the battery charger's operating instructions before charging the battery.

Open the hood .

Connect the battery charger to the positive terminal and ground point in the same order as when connecting the donor battery in the jump-starting procedure .

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