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Car Questions And Answers

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{Wheels.3.944}: Ted Hurst {thurst} Sun, 03 Aug 2014 15:12:13 CDT (12 lines)
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Disconnect the battery terminals (negative first).  Clean the connections
shiny bright.  Neutralizing any acid with water and baking soda is a good
move, but don't allow it to enter the battery.  Reconnect and try
starting.  If necessary, jump start it.  After running a bit, shut off the
engine, and check the electrolyte levels in each cell of the battery if it
has removable caps.  Add distilled water only to near the top of the level
indicator slot.  Replace the caps, and restart the engine.  Let it charge
a few minutes by idling or a short drive.

Do not add excess oil to the engine or you will ruin the main seal and
enjoy a leak for
the rest of the time you have the car.

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