Question about 1996 Chevrolet Camaro
Hi, check your battery connection. I have seen too many cars not start with a good battery due to a loose or corroded battery connection. Just take the old battery connection off the positive post of the battery, bring to Wallmart or auto part store, have them match the one you have, clean battery post with a scouring pad or sandpaper, install new connection to the post first, then connect the wires to the new connection and most important, tighten the bolts for the wires and the post really tight!!! If you can't remove the wire from the connection that connects to the battery post, clean the post with the connector off really well with a $3-$5 battery post cleaner available at any auto part store. If it is a side mounted battery post, make sure to clean all the crevices inside the terminal. Side mounted post battery's are harder to see corrosion because the post is not out, like a top mount battery, but inside the battery.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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