Q: Cost to replace full wiring for positive battey termical 2012 Mitsu Eclipse

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Need new wires and terminal replacement. How much would that cost?

My car has 101000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The cable will need to be priced and acquired from the dealer for correct part and the labor calls for 2.0 hours to replace it. This does not include any testing or additional parts replaced with the cable that may be needed like the starter.

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