Starting With A Boost
When starting from another machine, make sure the
machines do not touch. This prevents sparks near
the battery, which could ignite the hydrogen gas
given off by the battery, causing the battery to
Always wear eye protection when starting a machine
with a boost.
To prevent possible personal injury, use care when
removing the cables from the machine that has been
started. Do not allow the cable ends to contact each
other or the machine.
Electrolyte is an acid and can cause personal injury
if it contacts skin or eyes.
The machine to be started should be parked on level
ground with all equipment lowered.
If this is not possible, the wheels must be blocked
securely, so that the machine cannot move.
These machines have a 24 Volt starting system. Use
only the same voltage (24 Volt) for boost starting.
Use of a welder or higher voltage will damage the
NATO Slave Starting Receptacle
(613BSNS1 and 613BSS1 Only)
Connect the slave cable to the slave receptacle on
the charging vehicle first, then to the slave receptacle on
the vehicle to be started.
Start the engine using standard starting procedures.
After the engine starts, disconnect the slave cable
and install protective covers on slave receptacles.