Best just to remove the nut and replace it with an new one, or grab a pair of pliers and tighten it that way if you absolutely need to.
best way to see it is remove coolant lines on the left side of your motor, and remove the air intake, after that the starter is located underneath the intake manifold. remove the positive battery terminal from the car battery, remove the nuts at the end of each lead, and remove the clipse, remove all bolts and it shud pull right out. even easier to remove the battery and tray as well for supplemental amount of room
I assume you are referring to the side mounted terminals on a battery. They are very easily stripped if the wrong wrench is used or more commonly when pliers are used to tighten or remove. I have found that the best tool to use in this and similar situations is a 6" pipe wrench. It will damage the bolt but that's already the problem. It will remove a bolt that is completely rounded off. Just put it on the stripped bolt and apply a little counter-clockwise pressure and the bolt will loosen. Be careful as it is possible to actually loosen the entire terminal block requiring a new battery. It is probably stuck because it was overtightened in the first place.
First remove the negative battery cable from battery. Then get under truck and remove the wires from the starter solenoid, making sure to mark them to which terminal each goes to. Then remove the two bolts holding the starter and then lift out the starter and solenoid. That is how hard it is.
Cutting through the wire terminal of a battery may be hazardous to your health depending on the battery. Car batteries can be very dangerous and this is not recommended. For other batteries a good pair of insulated side cutter will do the job.
The first thing you do is turn off the car, and set the parking brake. Now detach the black battery terminal from the battery. Next, repeat the same procedure with the red terminal. Using a rachet and socket, remove the battery hold down clamp. Grab the old battery from the bottom with both hands and lift it out of its tray. Using a wire brush, thoroughly clean the corrosion from the battery terminals with a baking soda and water mixture. Place the new battery in the tray and secure it with the hold down clamp. For best results, spray the battery terminals with a anti corrosion solutions. Now attach the red terminal first, followed by the black terminal, making sure the terminals are tight enough that they cannot move.
The battery is located on the right side of the vehicle in the trunk. To view it, remove the right side panel where the factory tools are kept. Simply turn the black knob and pop out the plastic insert. Once you have exposed the battery, you will need a screwdriver and socket wrench to remove the arm bar and the battery terminals. Remove the negative terminal first. If you have navigation, your best bet is to have a certified tech do it for you. The computer has to be reprogramed after installation. After serious consideration, I decided not to replace the battery myself.
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You don't say what you are connecting to the battery. If you have a black and white wire the best guess would be white to negative terminal and black to positive terminal. If you were connecting a 6V light bulb it really doesn't matter.
well pop your hood. you're going to need a 12mm socket to unbolt the battery post so then you can remove your battery. that's all. just make sure you remove the + and the - post so you can take out the battery.
Obviously the positive one....which is best found by being the one that DOESN'T end at a ground point. the easiest solution to that is to start from the starter. the LARGEST (presumibly black) wire from the starter to the battery terminal is the GROUND. that would make the other terminal the positive.
The best way is to have it stripped out. Having it stripped out requires getting a bleach/cleansing bath. This is where they put bleach on the hair and rub it to remove the colour. It can cause a little damage and take a long time if the dye you put in is dark. Go to your salon and talk to them about it.