Replace positive battery cable? on 2004 Honda Accord

Do you have to replace the complete battery cable when positive terminal is broken?

by in Jacksonville, FL on January 12, 2009
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ANSWER by on January 12, 2009
The dealer price on the cable is $43 to $95, Your better off having a technician replace your cable with a cable from Honda.
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ANSWER by on December 24, 2009
You can buy a top post battery cable end and install it provided the cable has enough length after you cut off the old one. Be sure to dis connect the neg. cable first.
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ANSWER by on October 27, 2010
change the cable
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