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Make sure you have radio security code before removing battery leads. Remove battery leads, -ve lead first.
Clean grey oxide coating from battery terminal posts and inside battery lead terminals with abrasive pad (eg. Scotchbrite coarse) or abrasive paper and wipe clean with cloth. Liberally coat battery terminal posts and inside of lead terminals with general purpose grease or petroleum jelly. Install battery leads to battery, +ve first then -ve, and tighten securely. Do not over tighten. Spread excess grease over top of battery post and lead terminal to ensure all moisture is excluded. Replace terminal covers. Should be good for a long time.

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

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SOURCE: how to remove negative battery terminal

dont remove it if your radio has a thing called theftlock or youll have to take the car to a certified GM dealer to get the radio unlocked but you can still clean it with a cup of baking soda and warm water mixed and scrub it with an old toothbrush

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: positive terminal keeps getting corroded even after 3 weeks.

Try keeping the terminal far away from any moisture and dirt. In fact isolating it may not be a bad idea. Try getting a battery box for it or sealing off the existing one, just make sure to use a drain tube and vent. Some stores have battery terminal isolators, these are less effective but can help. There is also a battery terminal sealant spray that may be helpful if you cannot get/use a battery box. Clean the terminals thoroughly, spray the terminal sealant, and use the battery box for a three way attack. This is especially use full in harsh climates. These methods can also be used on remote battery terminals that are on some cars.
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