|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2010 Ford Focus||$55.00||$50.62||$105.62||$136.41|
|2001 Toyota Camry||$110.00||$20.57||$130.57||$169.13|
The battery cable is responsible for transferring the current from the battery to all of the car's electrical components. This includes the starter motor, alternator, stereo, lights, etc. Essentially, if your car did not have any battery cables, there would be no way for your car to obtain electrical power from the battery. The car's battery cables are located under the engine hood and are attached to the battery itself and the car's electrical components. It's important to ensure that these cables don't suffer from corrosion as corrosion can cause the cables to have difficulty transferring the current to the electrical components.
The battery is what powers every electrical component in a car. If you're battery is starting to fail, you will not be able to start your car. That means your battery, alternator, starter, lights, stereo and other electrical components won't function.
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