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Is it safe to disconnect car battery while raining?

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2010-02-20 18:41:15
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Disconnecting Auto Battery Terminal Connectors

Yes, it is safe to disconnect a "car" battery while it's raining, IF you do it properly.

When disconnecting a vehicle battery, raining or not, ALWAYS disconnect the NEGATIVE [--] terminal first, and when reconnecting, always connect the NEGATIVE terminal last.

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