Question about Ford Edge
If your talking about the battery cables,they need to be one piece,as they were when the vehicle was made.
No Dealer should be cutting off the ends, and putting on, clamp-on terminal connectors
Most people love them,because they don't want to do a proper replacement, of a worm or corroded cable,most people are too lazy and too cheap.
Those people, I call Butchers
If you got corrosion into the positive or ground cable,you got a voltage drop to the starter and all other vehicle systems.
Replace the entire cable. Auto part store or dealer item
You should have no more than .02 Volt loss, on a good cable
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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