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  1. #11
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    If you want to make sure everything is running properly. Just put on a pair of latex or nitrate gloves take a wire brush, disconnect the battery connector on the terminals, give the terminals a brush so the corrosion deposits come off. put back on the terminal connectors tighten up snuggly and Voila. Usually i check if theres build up after the winter because of condensation form snow or what not coming from under.

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  3. #12
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    Just in case i would get the battery tested as well. Bring it in to an auto zone or parts store and ask them to test your battery. I believe its free from the last time i checked. But cleaning and checking the terminals over time will be good too.

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