QUOTE (eric brooks @ May 24 2010, 08:06 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=325974
Positive cable likely has 1 of the main high amp fuses built into it, and along with the cable rot, would have to cut it back and then cable too short... better off with factory built cable... you can replace it yourself, not hard, start at battery and follow cable to other end.. replace with new cable assembly.You can go to hmaservice.com and register it doesn't cost any money. Go to shop and you can pull up your cars repair manual. I'm not to sure why you want to replace the entire positive cable. Why don't you just go to the auto parts store and buy a new terminal. You would just have to cut the old one off and strip the cover off of some of the wire. Then simply put the wire into the new terminal and tighten it down.