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How To Operate Jump n Carry JNC325 Car Jump Starter

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How To Operate Jump n Carry JNC325 Car Jump Starter

A sturdy and dependable device for vehicle jumps starting in a variety of circumstances is the Clore Automotive JNC325 Car Jump Starter. Drivers who may experience battery-related problems will find this portable jump starter very helpful as it guarantees you won’t be stranded because of a dead battery. The JNC325 is outfitted with a powerful high-performance battery that can jump-start a variety of vehicles, including automobiles, trucks, and SUVs. It is easy to operate, even for non-mechanics, thanks to its user-friendly design. The unit is easy to store in the trunk or beneath a seat due to its small size and heavy-duty wires and clamps that guarantee a reliable and efficient connection to the car’s battery. When in use, safety features like reverse polarity protection protect the user and the electrical system of the car. The Clore Automotive JNC325 combines power, usability, and safety in one compact unit to provide a trustworthy emergency jump-starting solution for anyone, whether they work as a professional mechanic or commute every day.How-To-Operate-Clore-Automotice-JNC325-Car-Jump-Starter-product

How To Operate Jump n Carry

It’s simple to use the Clore Automotive JNC325 Car Jump Starter, which is made to offer a rapid and effective way to jump-start your car.

This is a detailed tutorial on how to use it:

  1. Prioritizing Safety
    Make sure all cars are off, as well as the jump starting itself, before using the JNC325. Take off any jewellery with metal, and if you have gloves and safety glasses, put them on.
  2. Getting the Jump Starter Ready:
    The JNC325 should be fully charged both before and after each use. Make sure it is sufficiently charged for a jump start by checking the charge level.
  3. Putting the Jump Starter in Place:
    The JNC325 should be positioned close to the car’s battery, but it should be solid enough to not tip over or slide.
  4. Setting Up the Clamps:
    Find the car battery’s positive (+) and negative (-) terminals. Attach the red clamp to the battery’s positive connector. A sturdy surface on the car’s frame or engine block should be connected to the black clamp; it should be distant from the gasoline and battery lines.
  5. Commencing the Jump Start Procedure:
    After connecting, switch the JNC325 on. Get your car started. Wait a few minutes and try again if it doesn’t start right away.
  6. Following the Jump Start:
    After the car starts up, switch off the JNC325. Remove the red clamp and then the black clamp with caution. To recharge the battery, either drive or leave the car running for a time.
  7. Putting the Jump Starter back on:
    Recharge the JNC325 as soon as you’re done using it. To recharge it, use the charging wire or AC adapter that comes with it.
  8. Keep in mind:
    Keep the JNC325 somewhere dry and cool. Even when not in use, give it a regular recharge (every three to six months) to keep the battery in good shape.
  9. Safety Inspections:
    Check the wires and clamps frequently for wear and damage.
    If you observe any damage or flaws, do not use the jump starter.

Even though the Clore Automotive JNC325 is made to be simple to use, don’t forget to always put safety first and adhere to the manufacturer’s recommendations. If you try starting your car multiple times and it still won’t start, there can be other problems that require professional repair.


  • Jump Starter Operating and Safety Features
    • The Jump-N-Carry can serve as a vehicle jump starter when the included cable/clamps are connected through the jump-starting port. Only use the supplied safety cables with your Jump-N-Carry.
    • The Jump-N-Carry incorporates an LED flashlight with multiple light patterns for use at night or in an emergency.
    • The Jump-N-Carry is an ideal power supply for powering and/or recharging small electronics connected through its USB power port. It can recharge multiple devices on a single charge.
    • The Jump-N-Carry can also supply DC power (15V nominal, 14.8V actual) to power a variety of accessories and devices.
    • The Jump-N-Carry features a Status/Power button and LED lights to display the unit’s
      state of charge.
    • The Jump-N-Carry features a variety of safety features, including reverse polarity protection, back feed protection, short circuit protection, over-voltage protection and under-voltage protection.How-To-Operate-Clore-Automotice-JNC325-Car-Jump-Starter-fig-1

Jump Starter Specifications

  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
  • Battery Capacity: 14.8V/89Wh
  • Operating Temperature: -22˚F – 130˚F
  • Charging Temperature: 40˚F – 130˚F
  • Recharge Input: 5V/2A; 9V/2A (Quick Charge)
  • USB Output: 5V2.4A, 5V1.0A
  • Jump Starting Output: 14.8V/89Wh
  • DC Pin Output: 14.8V/10A
  • Power Indicator: LED Display
  • Safety Features: Built-in
  • Approvals: ETL (Conforms to UL2743)


Note: Upon initial purchase, your Jump Starter should be charged for a minimum of 6 hours. The Jump Starter should be charged every three months when not in use.

Unit Status Indication
Press the Status/Power Button on the front of the unit to power the battery status LEDs and see the unit’s state of charge. The unit’s state of charge status is indicated by the number of status LEDs lit: 1 LED – 25%; 2 LEDs – 50%; 3 LEDs – 75%; 4 LEDs – at or near 100%.

  • If the unit has below 75% state of charge, it should be charged soon.
  • If the unit has a below 50% state of charge, it should be charged immediately.

It is recommended that the unit be at or near 100% state of charge when used as a jump starter. This will greatly improve your jump-starting success.

Recharging Your Jump Starter

WARNING: Never use a charger other than the one that was included with your unit. Using an incompatible charger could damage the internal battery, which could result in property damage or injury.
WARNING: When charging the internal battery, work in a well-ventilated area and do not restrict ventilation in any way.

  1. Connect the USB type C jack at the end of the included AC adapter cord to the jump starter through the input port marked “USB-C IN.”
  2. Connect the USB A end of the charging cord to the included AC adapter. Connect the male end of the AC adapter to the AC outlet.
  3. Using this method, the unit will be brought to full charge automatically without overcharging.


Used as a USB Power Supply
Your jump starter can be used to power or recharge a wide variety of small electronic devices.

  1. Connect your device’s charging cable to the device.
  2. Connect the USB end of the charging cable into the USB port on the jump starter.
  3. Press the Status/Power Button on the front of the unit to activate USB charging.

Used as a DC Power Supply

Your unit can be used to power a variety of DC accessories using the included DC Female Adapter. Please note that the typical output voltage of this port is 15VDC (nominal, 14.8V actual), which is similar to the voltage seen from a vehicle’s power port

when the vehicle is running.

  1. Connect the male plug from your DC-powered device to the DC Female Adapter.
  2. Connect the pin jack at the end of the DC Female Adapter cord to the output port marked “15V10A Output”.

Used as a Flashlight
WARNING: Avoid direct exposure of LED light to eyes. Do not shine into the eyes of people or animals. Keep away from children. To turn on the LED Flashlight, press the status/power button and hold for 3 seconds. Successive pushes of the button will change the light pattern from solid to strobe to SOS to off.

Used as a 12 Volt Jump Starter 

Note: For optimum performance, do not store your Jump Starter below 50°F when using as a jump starter. Never charge or jump-start a frozen battery.
Note: When using as a jump starter, it is recommended that the unit be at or near 100%
state of charge as indicated on the unit’s display.
DANGER: Never use an output cable/clamp assembly other than the one that was included with your unit. The use of another cable/clamp assembly could result in personal injury and/or property damage.

  1. Use in a well-ventilated area.
  2. Shield eyes. Always wear protective eyewear when working near batteries.
  3. Review this instruction manual and the instruction/safety manual provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle being jump-started.
  4. Connect output cables/clamps to the jump starter through the covered jump starting port. Be sure that the cable connection is fully engaged and secure.
  5. Turn the ignition off before making any vehicle connections.
  6. Clamp the positive (red +) clamp to the positive terminal on the vehicle
    battery (for negative ground system), or an alternate vehicle starting point as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
  7. Clamp the negative (black, –) clamp to the vehicle ground (unpainted portion of the chassis or non-moving metal engine part). Never connect to the fuel line, fuel injector or carburettor as the engine ground.
    Note: Many vehicles feature alternate starting points, away from the battery. Always use alternate starting points whenever available.
    Note: Make sure the cables are not in the path of moving engine parts
    (belts, fans, etc.).
  8. Upon making a vehicle connection, the BOOST STATUS indicator LED will light solid green, indicating a proper battery connection has been made.
    • If the BOOST STATUS indicator LED lights solid red and sounds an audible alarm after the vehicle connection has been made, this indicates a reverse connection. Disconnect from the vehicle immediately and correct the issue.
    • If the BOOST STATUS indicator LED does not activate after the vehicle connection has been made, this indicates that the vehicle’s battery is too low to allow the unit to activate (<1.0V) or a potential shorted connection. Disconnect from the vehicle and determine the cause of the issue before proceeding.
      Note: Before moving to the steps outlined below, please note that activating the override feature removes all safety from the unit – it is critical that you check all connections and verify that the only issue is a totally dead battery. If you check that all connections are correct and that the problem is a totally dead battery, you can override this safety feature by pressing and holding the override button for over 3 seconds but less than 6 seconds. A successful override indicator is the BOOST STATUS LED lighting solid green.
  9. Start the vehicle (turn on the vehicle ignition).
    Note: If the vehicle doesn’t start within 6 seconds, let the unit cool for 3 minutes before attempting to start the vehicle again or you may damage the unit.
    Note: During very cold conditions, the unit may not start on the first attempt. We suggest attempting to start a second or third time, as the starting attempt will warm the internal battery and improve your starting chances.
    Note: Do not attempt to jump-start after four attempts – either the unit does not have sufficient power to start the vehicle or there is a more extensive problem with the vehicle than simply a depleted battery.
  10. When the vehicle is started, disconnect the negative (–) battery clamp from the vehicle frame. Then, disconnect the positive (+) clamp.
  11. Disconnect the cable/clamp set from the jump starter and properly store them for the next use.


If your unit receives a sharp blow or is damaged in another way, have it checked by a qualified service person. Only identical OE replacement parts should be used in the repair of the product. This will ensure that the safety of the product is maintained. When storing the unit, disconnect output leads from the unit and return all components to the zipper case for protection. Do not expose the product to fire or excessive temperatures above 130˚C/265˚F, which may cause explosion or other harm. Care should be taken in the transport of your jump starter to follow safe practices. Always transport the unit in its storage case with output leads disconnected. Care should be taken to avoid crushing or puncturing the unit or exposing it to fire or temperatures above 130˚C/265˚F.

FAQs of Jump n Carry JNC325 

What is the Clore Automotive JNC325?

It’s a portable jump starter designed for jump-starting vehicles with dead batteries.

How much power does the JNC325 deliver?

It delivers substantial starting power, suitable for a wide range of vehicles, including cars, trucks, and SUVs.

Is the JNC325 easy to use?

Yes, it’s designed with a user-friendly interface, making it accessible even for those not mechanically inclined.

Can it jump-start large vehicles like trucks and SUVs?

Yes, it’s powerful enough to jump-start both small and large vehicles.

How do I connect the JNC325 to my car battery?

Connect the red clamp to the positive terminal of the battery and the black clamp to the negative terminal.

Does the JNC325 have safety features?

Yes, it includes safety features like reverse polarity protection.

How do I know if I’ve connected the clamps correctly?

The JNC325 typically has indicators for correct or incorrect connections.

How long does the battery last on a single charge?

This depends on usage, but the JNC325 is designed to hold its charge for a considerable amount of time.

Can the JNC325 be used to charge other devices?

It’s primarily designed for jump-starting vehicles, but some models may have additional features like USB ports.

How do I recharge the JNC325 after use?

Recharge it using the provided AC adapter by plugging it into a standard electrical outlet.

Is it safe to leave the JNC325 in my car?

Yes, it’s designed for portability and can be safely stored in a vehicle.

How often should I recharge the JNC325?

It’s recommended to recharge it every few months to ensure it’s ready for use.

Can the JNC325 operate in cold weather?

Yes, it’s designed to function in various weather conditions, but extreme cold can affect battery performance.

What should I do if the jump starter doesn’t work?

Check the connections and ensure the jump starter is charged. If problems persist, consult the manual or contact customer support.

How big and heavy is the JNC325?

It’s relatively compact and portable, but check specific dimensions and weight in the product specifications.