Question about 2005 Mazda 6
I presume you mean the battery terminals. Remove negative terminal first by undoing the clamping nut then the positive and scrub the terminal and cable clamp with baking soda and water being careful not to get anything on your clothes or eyes. You could alternatively use a combination brush tool available from the auto parts store or a round file. Put the clamps back on and then coat them with vaseline or grease to slow down future corrosion. Be careful not to short the terminals with any tools while you are doing the work.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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