Put the car in park and turn the key to the on position. This will Try using a screwdriver to remove the fuse for your car’s central locking system.
The lock should immediately disengage when you do this; if not, you may need to apply more pressure until you hear a click.
If all else fails, you can use jumper cables to connect one of your good batteries with the dead battery.
Remove the fuse
Remove the fuse that provides power to your car’s electrical system.
This will prevent the unnecessary drain on your battery while you’re trying to start it up again.
Open the hood
Open the hood and locate the battery cable terminals they’ll be labeled positive and negative.
Identify which terminal is connected to each cable by checking for a bolt-on on each terminal or looking for a wire connecting them together.
You’ll also need to know which cable is positive and which is negative usually, it’ll be labeled on your battery case with +or – ut.
If there’s a +sign on one of your cables, that means it’s positive; if there’s an -sign, then it’s negative.
If you don’t see any signs at all, that means they’re both positive. In this case, make sure that both sides are connected properly before moving forward!
Emergency release lever
Locate the emergency release lever on your vehicle’s transmission, which is typically located near the floor on the driver’s side of the car.
Take your jumper cables and connect the red end of one cable to the positive terminal of your dead battery, and connect the other end of that same cable to an unpainted metal surface on your car or truck’s bodywork.
Make sure that you’re not touching any other part of your car while doing this.
If you accidentally touch something like a battery or fuel line, it could cause an electrical shock or start a fire.
Use a wrench
Use a wrench or socket wrench to loosen the clamp holding each cable securely in place while making sure not to over-tighten them as this could damage your battery further.
After loosening both clamps, disconnect them entirely from their respective terminals by pulling firmly on each one so they come off completely with no resistance whatsoever
Check the battery.
Inspect your battery to see if there are any cracks, leaks, or other damage.
If you notice anything amiss, it’s best to replace the entire unit as continuing to use a damaged battery could be dangerous.
Make sure your car is in the park
To put your car in neutral when your battery is dead, you must first make sure that your car is in the park.
If it isn’t, move it into the park and then put it back into neutral.
Turn off the engine
If your car is dead because of a dead battery, you can put it in neutral to get it started and turn off the engine.
Shift the car into neutral using the gearshift.
Start up the engine and let it idle for a few minutes while you wait for the battery to charge up enough to get your car moving again.
Take out the old battery
If you’ve put your car in neutral to get it started, you’ll need to take out the old battery and replace it with a new one. To do this, turn off the engine and pop the hood.
Disconnect the battery and pull it out of its slot. Put in a new battery.
Once you’ve taken out the old battery, replace it with a new one. Make sure that everything is hooked up properly before turning on your car again.
Use a screwdriver to put it in neutral
If your car’s battery is dead, don’t worry! It’s easy to put it in neutral. Just use a screwdriver to turn the ignition key counterclockwise.
Pull down on the gear shift lever and push it back into place. The car will be in neutral, so you can drive home or get help from someone who does have a working battery!
Put your car in neutral
If you have a dead battery, and you’re unable to start your car, the first thing you should do is put your car in neutral.
This will disconnect the battery from your vehicle’s electrical system and prevent any possibility of shorting out other components that are still working.
Once you’ve put your car in neutral, check that all lights in the cabin are off and that there is no power going to the dashboard or other electronics.
You will also want to make sure there is no power going through any speakers or seat heaters this can help save them from being damaged by accidentally draining their batteries.
Try jumping your car with another vehicle that has a good battery and an available jumper cable.
If this doesn’t work, it may be time to take it into a shop for repairs.
To prevent your car from shorting out other components, you should put your car in neutral. Check that all lights in the cabin are off.
Make sure there is no power going to the dashboard or other electronics.
Verify that there is no power going through any speakers or seat heaters.
Jump your car with another vehicle that has a good battery and an available jumper cable.