Question about Ford Thunderbird
This isn't too hard to accomplish,
first you will want to look at the battery, discover which terminal represents the positive side of the battery by looking for the fairly large + (plus sign), it should be close to the terminal where the cable attaches. Trace that very wire from where it hooks up to the battery or the starter relay down to the starter. Pay close attention to where the cable might bolt or is fastened, make sure the connections are tight. After you have visualized the (+) positive battery cable now go back and look at the connections and assess what tools it will take to remove the cable. Once you remove the cable you can measure the length of it and go to your neighborhood parts store and get a replacement that is the same length and has the correct ends on both ends.Install by reversing the technique it took you to take it off. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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