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My friend picked up the remote and it was hot. He took the batteries out and they exploded in his face and eyes. Battery acid went in his eyes and on his face.

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big error that, can throw acid in the eyes, as battery explodes, if you do it wrong, so easy, lucky you did it on the safe side of fuse.?

pure random luck that, next time read the FSM before working electrics. every page tells you to pull then NEG battery lug first.
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you never said the exact fuse, so i guess.
88 is very very old car,... docs hard to find.
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1: the fuse has a hot side, (Battery plus)
2: the fuse has a load side, (only you know this) and is shorted.

that's it, find the short by disconnecting the loads,
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do not fall trap to the dark side, of the force and use a jumper
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Solution: Tighten both battery clamps as needed.

2.Corroded connections for battery cable ends. The cable ends that connect to the battery.

(A side post battery was a bad idea IMHO.

When a battery is made the posts come up through a plastic case. There is a seal around the post, under the plastic case that you cannot see.
This seal allows battery acid to eventually leak out.

It was bad enough for a Top post battery, but seems like a ridiculous idea placing the posts on the side!
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This is Sulfuric Acid.

It will eat holes in your clothes. You won't notice it until you go to wash your clothes.
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