I broke a terminal off of a Duralast Gold a few years back and Autozone replaced it without even asking.
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use it, wen it goes your gonna be payin alot more for other potential problems.
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Well I used some plastiweld 2 part epoxy, been holding strong for 2 weeks now. I am not really concerned at all, like I said you guys maybe need to do a little research on how batteries work. I figure the worst case scenario here is that the epoxy didn't adhere well and it falls out, but I think it is good and solid.
Let the flaming begin.
woot woot, glad you're giving it a shot.........atleast your old burban doesn't have any crazy expensive harnesses if it leaks and melts something.
That suburban is long gone, it's in a rusty pos jeep cherokee sitting on 35's, nothing really to leak on if it does leak.
you can fix this
u could even jb weld the holes
but u need battery asid and half disteld water
Or the premixed electrolyte solution sold at most major auto parts stores.