I bought this truck about a year ago and never bothered to look at the battery. The truck would not start this morning, I tested the battery and there was only 12.2 volt on the battery, so i went to take out the battery to try recharging it, then noticed the negative post was deformed enough to prevent me from getting the terminal off. I took off the positive terminal for now. Is there a safe way to fix the negative post so i can get the terminal off? Thanks in advance for any help
Can you charge it in the car?
Can you post a photo of how the post is deformed?
Remove the bolt from the clamp, spread the clamp with a screw driver.
That thoroughly confused me. A simple operation on standard posts and cable clamps.
@canadian1 Is your Honda still stuck on the hillside?
Battery posts are soft metal, so you can file them easily. You can also buy a terminal puller that might help.
Cut it off put a new battery and connector on. Battery from Walmart is cheapest and a new terminal from any auto parts store cost like 5$
11 month old thread so they may have solved the problem by now.
lol i hope so didnt see the date lol
Are you a honda man? If so can you look at my thread