Great series of answers Matt -- THANK YOUWell, techically, you would connect the negative clamp to any metallic area on the CT body, there isn't a passthrough negative terminal like there is for the positive terminal in the engine compartment. There is plenty of areas close to the positive terminal that you can connect the negative clamp to. You don't necessarily have to connect the negative clamp to the base of the engine as pictured.
Definitely agree with you on that. Lol. Seems to be like this throughout the manual. Had the same issue with the 2007 RX snow mode. The manual was so vague about it!Good answer, Matt.
Just not everyone would know that. The tech writer should have thought of these details when s/he wrote the instruction. Two separate jumper lines in the picture are just not right
The procedure to jumpstarting another car using the CT is similar to a conventional car, BUT because of the electronics involved in the CT and the expensive inverter in the CT that converts AC current to DC current to charge both traction and 12 V batteries, please proceed with caution. As long as these steps are done safely, I don't foresee any problems or residual damage to your CT, but proceed at your own risk as always.All the information helps to jump start CT 200 but other way to jump start other car using CT 200 ??? I am not sure..