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It has jump started my 99 f350 7.3 several times, it only was unable to jump it once after it sat for a week and I assume both batteries were drained, and not just the one I had issues with up until that point. And as a side point, it came close, but the cables overheated and I just hooked another truck up rather than … see more It has jump started my 99 f350 7.3 several times, it only was unable to jump it once after it sat for a week and I assume both batteries were drained, and not just the one I had issues with up until that point. And as a side point, it came close, but the cables overheated and I just hooked another truck up rather than wait the hours needed to cool and try again. see less It has jump started my 99 f350 7.3 several times, it only was unable to jump it once after it sat for a week and I assume both batteries were drained, and not just the one I had issues with up until that point. And as a side point, it came close, but the cables overheated and I just hooked another truck up rather than wait the hours needed to cool and try again.
7yrant7
· July 30, 2019
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I have a 06 chevy Silverado 2500hd with the Duramax 6.6 and it jumped it with no problem
michael logan
· December 30, 2018
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I believe it’s the built in wireless phone charging pad
Steven G.
· February 2, 2019
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Bad battery clamps to battery post connection.
Jhosay Ahmenis
· June 21, 2019
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Does not come with an adapter for cigarette lighter port. Ir Dies come Word A/C adaptar and USB charfing cable. Device holds its for a ver y long time!!
Cathy D.
· March 8, 2019
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I've had mines in storage for 3wks. Started my car at 94% after 3wks storage was at 80%
bruce
· May 14, 2019
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It takes more stored energy to charge a cell phone than you think, especially if the phone is turned on and still operating. This unit might seam large but remember, it's not just all battery, it has special components inside that allow for multiple uses, therefore has to conceal those parts as well. Hope that helps.
Khurst
· July 22, 2019
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No
kevin Percival
· July 15, 2019
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pro
Roger M.
· March 11, 2019
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No hablo espanol.
DS
· April 26, 2019