Question about 2008 Highland Dirt-Track
I have an dirt track Where does the battery negative lead cable go to from the negative post? And is this cable hard to change? I have a short in this cable and wondering if I can change it out myself. Thanks.
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Disconnect the negative battery cable from the Dodge battery. The negative cable connects the battery to the frame of the vehicle. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to loosen the cable'c clamp. Remove the clamp from the negative battery lead post.
Remove the dash trim panel that surrounds the stereo and climate control knobs, using a trim panel removal tool. Start at the bottom of the trim and work the tool around the perimeter until the panel is completely removed.
Remove the screws on either side of the Dodge stereo mounting bracket with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Pull the stereo unit from the dash mounting bracket. Pull the stereo far enough to reach the wiring connections at the rear of the deck.
Disconnect the wire groups from the back of the factory stereo. There are four groups, for the antenna, power supply, speakers, and amplifier. Grab the groups by the plastic wire binders, not the wires themselves.
Reconnect the negative battery cable to operate the vehicle or any electrical components. Place the negative cable clamp around the negative lead. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to tighten the clamp until the clamp cannot be moved around the lead by hand.
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Open the hood and find the top-post battery on the passenger's side of the Honda Accord.
Loosen the bolt on the black negative battery cable with a box wrench or cable clamp pliers. Carefully wriggle the cable end off the post.
Repeat the process on the red positive cable. Make sure to take off both cables from the battery even if you're replacing only one.
Follow the negative cable to where it's grounded to the front frame of the Honda Accord. Remove the end of the cable with the wrench. Track the positive cable to its connection on the front side of the engine and remove it with the wrench.
Clean the battery posts with a small wire brush
Attach the new positive cable first, reversing the process in Step 4. Put on the negative cable and start the vehicle to make sure the connections are working properly.
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