6. Make sure that main disconnect switches (5) and
(8), if equipped) are in the ON position on the stalled
7. Move the boost-start machine near enough to the
stalled machine for the cables to reach, but DO
NOT ALLOW THE MACHINES TO TOUCH.
Do not allow the machines to touch while slave starting
the machine. Damage to the boost-start machine or
stalled machine may result.
8. Stop the engine on the boost machine, or, if using
an auxiliary power source, turn off the charging
9. On the stalled machine, connect the NATO slave
cable to the auxiliary start receptacle (NATO slave)
(6) or (7, if equipped).
10. Connect the other end of this cable to the auxiliary
start receptacle (NATO slave) of the boost source.
11. Start the engine on the boost machine, or activate
the charging system on the auxiliary power source.
12. Wait a minimum of two minutes for the batteries of
the stalled machine to partially charge.
13. Attempt to start the stalled engine. Refer to the
beginning of Engine Starting, in this section.
14. Immediately after starting the stalled engine,
disconnect the NATO slave cable from the BOOST
15. Disconnect the other end of the cable from the