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Honda Civic Battery Terminal

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Great Connections

Justine

in a year

I love them definitely a lot better than the factory ones that were wore out so bad that you can’t even keep a connection to your battery!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Civic Lx

I love them definitely a lot better than the factory ones that were wore out so bad that you can’t even keep a connection to your battery!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Civic Lx

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Works well

Benjamin

in 2 years

This was easy to install and has worked perfectly for the month I’ve had it on my car.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Honda Civic

This was easy to install and has worked perfectly for the month I’ve had it on my car.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Honda Civic

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Didn't work for it's intended vehicle

Jim

in a month

I thought the device was well made, and probably will work on a different car, but.. I have a 02 Ranger that I do not drive very often and after buying a new battery, I thought a quick disconnect would be a good idea. The problem, minor as it seems, is the factory battery clamp will not tighten enough on the post. In order to use it in a proper way would entail getting a new negative battery cable with a clamp that could be tightened enough on the devices post. I'm not sure why the manufacture would make the 'male' end smaller than the 'female' clamp. i.e. a 3/4" clamp for the battery, but only a 1/2" post to attach the OEM cable to. Like I said, well made, bu bad design.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2002 Ford Ranger, 2017 Honda Civic, 1978 Alfa Romeo, 1964 Corvette

I thought the device was well made, and probably will work on a different car, but.. I have a 02 Ranger that I do not drive very often and after buying a new battery, I thought a quick disconnect would be a good idea. The problem, minor as it seems, is the factory battery clamp will not tighten enough on the post. In order to use it in a proper way would entail getting a new negative battery cable with a clamp that could be tightened enough on the devices post. I'm not sure why the manufacture would make the 'male' end smaller than the 'female' clamp. i.e. a 3/4" clamp for the battery, but only a 1/2" post to attach the OEM cable to. Like I said, well made, bu bad design.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2002 Ford Ranger, 2017 Honda Civic, 1978 Alfa Romeo, 1964 Corvette