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I change the battery connecters and now battery will not start when u turn on

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If your mean the ends of the battery cables,that is
a poor solution & you should replace any battery
cable with the original factory type ends,all one
piece & cables corrode inside by the time the ends
come off & that may be your only issue

Too much resistance or what is called voltage drop

Posted on Dec 09, 2012

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