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what happens when you hook your batteries up backwards? wont

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what happens when you hook your batteries up backwards? won't go forward or backward, won't even sound the back-up bell; have computer, and coil off. have put batteries back in correctly but was plugged up to charge while they were wrong
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  Ranwell1 replied 5 years ago.

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HI

Ranwell1 :

there are many things that wil happen when batteries are hooked up backwards... ALL BAD

Ranwell1 :

It can burn out the computer as well as mptprs and wiring and much much more.

Ranwell1 :

This is most likely not a job for you to try to fix yourself.

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if you try to fix it yourself, you are likely to repace a bunch of stuff that may not need to be reolaced and not replace the things that do.

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It electrical system will need to be completely checked out professionally.

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Sorry for the bad nes, but you do not want to make a bad situation worse.

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