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If the cable is till in good condition, then new battery terminals can be purchased which will solve the problem. This works as long as there is sufficient length still in the cable. Other options include replacing the complete cable or fitting a terminal to the cable to bolt to the battery terminal. Just need to work out what is best, personally I would fit ...


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Most of these use sealed lead acid batteries. Unless its the small ones the size of a couple of smartphones put together. The symptoms your describing sounds like the battery is no good and it does happen to these units a lot when they are hooked up in reverse or not maintained properly. I use them daily for my work and often need to replace them every ...


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Yes, but use a DC to DC "smart" battery charger. Directly connecting the leads won't damage the wiring because the cigarette lighter is fused, but you may damage the battery by over-charging it. Best to get a proper DC to DC battery charger to protect the battery, and be sure it is a "smart" charger, not a "trickle" charger as ...


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Evidentially (or so they say), it was the fuel pump dying. $900 later and we're movin' again.


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