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2005 Honda Odyssey: changing battery terminals. The positive terminal has a jump start wire. Can all three positive terminal wires be twisted together for new terminal?

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    Andrew Ail Dec 11, 2016

    heat build up? which leads to what?

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Heat build up is due to corrosion. It happens. Usually the corrosion will go into the cable. Corrosion on cables and plugs will be white to greenish white. It will travel inside cables and wires. It will also be inside plugs. Cut the plastic off the cable. White or turning green about 2 inches back from the lead, replace the cable. And wire or lead/plug.

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Yes they can all be crimped together, but you must make sure the connections are tight to prevent any heat build up. Dip them in Vaseline which prevents oxidisation and is electrically conductive.

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Yes if they all came off the positive post

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From what you have described either the replacement alternator or regulator are faulty.all 1985 model here have the reg built into the alternator.Put a voltmeter across the battery terminals while running.volts should be 14 to 14.8 if it is being charged correctly,12.8-13.9 if it is poorly charging and less if it is only running on the battery.I assume that the fanbelt is tight and not slipping.There are several other reasons that can cause this fault but establish the basics first.Make sure that the main feed wire from the alternator to the battery is fitted onto clean terminal and isnt broken internally.To test this you can carefully check volts at the alternator terminal end,be careful not to arc out on anything metal while doing this.you may blow the charging fuse(check this anyway as part of test).the volts should be the same as reading from the battery.If it is lower,twist the wire about while reading and see if it changes.It will either need replacing if faulty or try new terminal ends first.Make sure that the replacement alt has the same plug configuration as the one you removed.Honda have a few different plugs that switch the trigger wire around(whether round or rectangular)Hope this helps you.if not get back with your test results and we can work together on this

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The starter cut-out relay is located on the back of the driver's under dash fuse/relay box in the left wall kick panel. The ignition switch also has wire leads that plug into the back of this same fuse box. You can disconnect the wire leads and test the ignition switch with on ohm meter from this point.

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