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+ Battery cable replacement 1999 Hyundai Elantra

How to remove positive battery cable on a hyundai elantra. I know to disconnect from battery, then from the starter. Is there anything that is complex in doing these two steps? anything in the way? can i do this at home?

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Make sure your radio and ignition switch is off.first you disconnect negative cable first then the positive cable.then you replace new positive battery cable first then you hook the negative battery cable back up last.

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