How Do You Replace Battery Cables In A Lincoln Navigator?
Battery cables bring power to all of your vehicle’s electrical components. If they’re damaged, then the current from your battery to these components may be interrupted causing a loss of power or shorting out in one or more areas. Check the cables for corrosion or wear and replace them if you spot any problems. This is a simple task that most anyone can do. Use a step stool to reach into the full-size Lincoln Navigator luxury SUV, because it’s high off the ground, making it more difficult to work on the battery and reach all the connections. The battery is located on the passenger side behind the headlight. Put on gloves and loosen the bolt on the black negative battery cable first with a box wrench or cable clamp pliers. Wriggle the cable end off the post. Repeat the process on the red positive cable. Take off both battery cables, even if you’re replacing only one. Follow the black negative cable to where it’s grounded on the front of the Lincoln Navigator frame next to the headlight