high quality/Jumper Cable for 4GA , 6GA, 8GA

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1000 Set/Sets (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
10000 Set/Sets per Month
Ningbo or Shanghai
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Booster Cable
Custom Made
Place of Origin:
Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Model Number:
Conductor material::
Cu or CCA
Clamp Treatment::
Steel Coated with PVC OR RUBBER
Insulation Material::
all weather
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Packaging Details
Inner packing: PVC bag, hand bag or colored box


booster cables is used for start the vehicle's engine when its battery is power off.
1) 4GA,6GA.or other
2) Conductor materia



Product name:


 Booster cable/battery jumper cable




1) Art no.: 800A~1000A 

2)Conductor material: CU or CCA  

3)Clamp Treatment: Steel Coated with PVC or Rubber 

4)Cable insulation materials:PVC 

5) Wire length: 12FT, 16FT, 20FTor other  

6)Usually carton packaging, or PVC bag with a label. Specifically according to the customer to your needs, you can use any packaging situation. 




^ Use to jump dead batteries in cars, boats, snowmobiles, ATVs, and more.
^ Essential safety and security tool for every car and truck.
^ Insulated color coded handles provide added safety.
^ Heavy-duty spring-loaded steel clamps, PVC coated for safety.

^ Avoid being stranded waiting for a tow truck; one use and the set's paid for itself!   

^Tangle free cable design is suitable for both 12/24 volt systems.






How to Start a Car With Jumper Cables






  • 1


Determine that a dead battery is the reason your car is not starting. If the engine cranks when you turn the key, the problem is not the battery and jump-starting won't help. If the windshield wipers, lights and heater blower all work, the battery is probably fine and you may have a bad starter. A jump-start won't help if you have a bad starter. If you hear no sound at all when you turn the key or if the engine cranks very slowly and the accessories do not work, then you have a dead or low battery and it's time to break out the jumper cables. You'll need a flashlight if it's dark outside.


  • 2


Find someone with a running car that can give yours a jump.


  • 3




Open the hoods on both cars and determine where the batteries are. Park the booster car (the one that's running) so that the batteries are adjacent.


  • 4


Turn off the booster car.


  • 5


Attach the red jumper cable's end to the positive terminal on the dead battery. Use a rag to wipe the battery clean if you can't see the Pos or plus (+) sign on the battery. The positive terminal is always slightly larger than the negative one.


  • 6


Attach the other end of the red cable to the booster battery's positive terminal.


  • 7


Attach the black jumper cable's end to the booster battery's negative terminal.


  • 8




Attach the other end of the black jumper cable to a ground on the dead car's engine; any solid metal part works fine. You may see a small spark when you attach the last end. This is normal.


  • 9


Turn on the booster car and rev the engine.


  • 10


Turn on the dead car. If it doesn't start, you may have a poor connection at any of the four cable ends. Jiggle each cable end and try starting the car again.


  • 11


Once the car starts, disconnect the cables in reverse order of attachment: negative, negative, positive, positive.


  • 12


Keep the engine running on the jumped car for at least 20 minutes or longer so the alternator has sufficient time to recharge your battery.