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Battery Cables How do you change the battery cable in a 99 grand voyager and is it hard to do yourself?

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You should be able to replace them yourself. Just remember to disconnect the negative cable first and reconnect it last.  Remove all jewelry when working on your electrical system.  Thanks for trying FixYa!!!

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Disconnect BOTH battery terminals. Touch both cables together, then reconnect. Remember! Both Cables MUST be disconnected from the Battery!

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How to change battery cables


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How about the battery

You do hear a faint ticking
That is the starter solenoid
The solenoids contacts could be
burnt,even though you had the starter
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Make sure that BOTH ends of the battery
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Yes it could be the starter or a bad connection. If the battery cables are dirty the same thing will happen. First start there take the cable ends off and make sure they are very clean and the posts also. Check the battery not only voltage but the amps, they are what the starter uses the most of. If the cables, battery, and all starter connections are good the starter is most likely the problem.

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I had a similiar problem recently. The car would not start and no sign of life no lights etc. I jump started it acouple of times but then even this did not work. It would jump start but right after the cables are disconnected it would stop. We checked the battery it was good. Turned out it was the alternator. It was not working properley so the system was not charging itself or even when it starts was not generating enough energy to keep it going. Changed the alternator, never had the same problem again. You can have your battery and alternator checked at an autozone shop for free.

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