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post #1 of 7 Old 11-19-2013, 12:13 PM - Thread Starter
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I've done the big three upgrade and its been maybe six months was looking around and seen there was some battery acid on almost all three of the 0 gauge cables . why is this happenkng how can I prevent
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oh ok how do I get rid of it or prevent ?
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oh ok how do I get rid of it or prevent ?

This sounds like an automotive sound system question. Have you checked on the automotive forums?

(above and beyond replacing speakers in a truck or car, that's the extent of my knowledge base)
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Wrong forum, you want to go to auto sound. Chances are what you're seeing isn't battery acid, it's probably corrosion. Google methods to prevent it.

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oh ok sorry new to this site
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Not at all. Welcome. I felt bad about your question not being answered. I hope the guys in the car audio forum will be able to help you.
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