- About This Product
DescriptionReplacement battery cable sets can cost over $400 from Mopar so we've received many requests for affordable cables.
These Ram replacement cable kits are made from 2/0 ("two-aught") cable for the starter and engine block grounds. Heavy-duty copper terminals are crimped onto the cables with a 12-ton hydraulic crimper after which the connection is sealed with adhesive lined heat shrink which helps prevent battery acid and acid fumes form corroding the cables.
Cables are shipped with split loom, nuts and bolts with anti-corrosion plating and connectors, and heat shrink to complete the splice.
The battery cable kits include:
- (2) Negative to Frame cables
- Positive to Positive crossover
- Positive to Starter
- (4) Battery terminals
- (4) Battery terminal covers
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Aug 24, 2019 | By Austin
Very happy with these battery cables. Tired of the stock connections causing problems and frustration. Have owned my 1999 2500 since 2013. Have gone through 2 sets of batteries since then. Everytime the stock connections got worse and worse to handle and tighen but were crimped on the cables so you need to replace the whole thing. Recieving these well labeled, seperated cables were a easy install. Definitely a recommended upgrade for anyone wanting to improve the quality of their second gen cummins.
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May 16, 2018 | By Zach
Fantastic product! Great quality! Would recommend to anyone needing to replace theirs!
Dec 11, 2017 | By Karen
After 3 tows to 2 different shops, my Dodge was still randomly not starting. One weekend with the parts from Geno's and this Grandma got her truck back on the road. YAY!!!! Oh, enjoyed the candy, also! Thanks
Nov 27, 2017 | By Andrew
I was SO happy to find this product before I spent my money on other parts. This saved me a lot of shop time, guess work and money. Thank you Geno's Garage for making this available. The install is pretty straight forward. I highly recommend. I'm proud how this looks under the hood. Even my installation job looks like a pro did it. If you are contemplating purchase, just BUY IT! You'll be glad you did and you won't have to battle the corrosion that is inherit of the OEM junk.