How to Repair a Positive Battery Terminal?

Answer Battery corrosion is a common reason why battery terminals fail to work properly. The positive and negative battery terminals can become corroded in time as battery acid leaches from the battery on... Read More »

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How to Replace a Positive Battery Terminal?

If a positive battery terminal needs to be replaced, it is usually because it is bent, broken or corroded. Battery terminals are made of lead and are extremely soft. Corroded terminals drop voltag... Read More »

How to Repair a Car Battery Terminal Clamp?

Battery terminal clamps hold the battery tightly so that it can effectively transfer electrical energy to your car. If a terminal clamp has a layer of corrosion on it, the amount of energy transfer... Read More »

How to Repair a Battery Side Post Terminal?

Side post battery terminals are common in some car models, such as General Motors. When corrosion builds up on one or both of the terminals, it can cause interference in the flow of electricity to ... Read More »

How to Remove the Positive Battery Cover on a GM Battery?

The positive battery terminal cover on GM vehicles is constructed from high-impact plastic. It snaps into place over the positive battery terminal. This cover is designed to prevent corrosion by ke... Read More »