Don’t attach it there. Follow the positive cable to where it goes and attach it there. Or a junction block under-hood or at the fuse box. Most modern cars have several places that can be used for this.
And for goodness sake… FUSE that connection! You don’t want a short that causes a fire… in the trunk… or in the passenger compartment
I mean i get that, but to install after market’s they dont really talk about changing out your battery internals for the install. They just talk about 1, 2, 3, 4 your done! which 1234 is done i just cant connect it since our batterys are different.
My civic i installed a set in 45 minutes splicing and connecting, firewall had a nice hole was super easy now all sudden my battery wont tighten because it isnt flush and ive tried 3 different rings to see if that was issue.
but it’s all good now, also you gotta start somewhere… have u ever made a mistake Mr. Private perfect?
Yes I realize I’m a little dense but all I saw from the video was a guy pulling the bolt out of a side terminal battery. He wasn’t doing a very good job of it either. On my diesel with two batteries, one of the terminals had two cables connected to the side terminal. There were two sizes available, a short bolt for one cable, and a long bolt for double terminals. I’d change them out every couple years just as maintenance.
At any rate I don’t have the foggiest what the issue is. If we are trying to connect several cables to a side terminal, trying to connect a top post to a side post, or what?