|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2009 Dodge Caliber||$36.67||$17.40||$54.07||$69.85|
|2006 Honda Civic||$110.00||$23.73||$133.73||$169.13|
|2005 Mazda 3||$27.50||$15.82||$43.32||$52.06|
|2012 Cadillac Escalade||$27.50||$7.91||$35.41||$45.05|
One of the most important components of your car is the car battery. It's the main source of electricity for your car and is responsible for transferring power to all of the car's electrical components. This includes the starter motor, alternator, spark plugs, lights, stereo, etc. And in order to transfer that power it relies on battery cables to act as the bridge. The battery cables connect to both the positive battery terminal and the negative battery terminal. As time passes, if you don't perform regular maintenance on the battery, both the negative and the positive battery terminal will corrode. And as a result, the battery cables will come loose from the battery and electricity will become more difficult to be transferred to the respective components.
If your vehicle has battery cables that aren't adequately connected to their respective components, your car's electrical components will not work.
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