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2003 hyundai sonata broken positive batter terminal

Positive terminal doesn't match the negative terminal. Car starts when jumped alternator is fine. How do I replace broken positive terminal?

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Very possibly damaged the alternator; these have six diodes that rectify the ac produced by the alternator (hence its name) and are oriented to produce a positive output/negative ground.  This means that they will conduct if their output has a relative negative voltage applied to the positive output terminal.
If you haven't done it already, you need to disconnect the battery cable or the shorted diodes will drain it completely again and could even damage the plates from heat. 
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