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The terminal wire connecting to the battery has worn through. Can I splice the wire and reconnect to a new battery?

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If the wire has worn out it will be better to replace the wire lead with a good solder joint terminal. This is important so as to make your jeep trouble free as the terminal will not establish good connection unless you splice and use a new connector with a good soldered joint free from any battery erosion. decide and go forward. good day

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