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Old 08-04-2008, 03:06 PM
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I'm not sure what to call it but I need to replace the Positive Battery Cable copper "thing" that connects the cable to the post. It is made of the thinnest material I've ever seen and actually was eaten through by corrosion. Anyone know an aftermarket part? It bolts on to the cable.
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u can get those at autozone or orilys.
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Unfortuatnely Nissan does not sell just the cable end. You have to add a cable connetor like this one:



And then attahced to cable end like this one:

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Do you have to strip the wire and add the flat connector. Then place that on of the battery terminal, then add the connector on top of it?

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just unscrew the old one off, insert the wire into the left side of the pic above and ttighten the bolts, and then attach to the battery.
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you should get it warrantied.
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I have the same problem but my nut is corroded on. I can't get the nut off to replace the connectors. Anyone have any suggestions on this?
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