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After removing the negative cable of battery, then I can not play the radio.We need the radio code to play.We lost the original radio code.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The negative terminal on the battery is the one with the minus, usually the positive is red.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery for safety. Then follow the cable to where it attaches to either the engine block or the body. They unbolt it and replace it.
You shouldn't have to remove the battery for this. Just don't mess with the positive terminal. You will have to reset the radio stations etc since battery is disconnected.
If the connection at the negative side is corroded, just cut it and reconnect it with a new battery terminal. A parts store can hook you up with that.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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make your own it doesnt have to connect to the original points ,what i often do when fitting a different battery or an aditional one is run it direct to the engine ,any handy bolt or nut will do ,so a heavy piece of cable from neg to the nearest point ,if none exist i drill a hole and bolt it to this ,with a bit of grease to stop corrosion also i run another piece of cable to the engine ,cable is available from autofactor or i visit one of the scrappers in the yard and rip some out .
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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