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The positive cable connection to my battery has coroded and broken free from the cable...is there a way to fix it without replacing all the wire harnesses?

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How far back from the end of the connection did it break? Is your battery connection side or top connection? If there is enough cable to reach the battery terminal, you can pick up a replacement connection that clamps to the original cable at a parts store. Clean up the area with baking soda mixed with water to form a paste, coat everywhere you see corrosion, it will bubble like crazy, rinse with water. Just keep water away from electronics. Coat cable connections with grease or vaseline to prevent future corrosion.

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