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
3 answers
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.
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.
ANSWER by on October 27, 2010
change the cable
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