Battery Cable Replacement

The battery cables and battery cable ends carry power to all of a vehicle's electrical components (starter motor, lights, stereo, etc.).

The battery cables must be secure and free from corrosion to function properly.

If battery cables are not properly secured, or if they suffer from corrosion, you may have a hard time starting the vehicle, or it may not start at all.

When replacing the battery cable or the battery cable ends, you should apply the emergency brake, remove the keys from the ignition, and switch off all electrical components. After replacing the battery cable or cable end, you'll need to set the time clock and radio presets.

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