I have a 1980 240d.
I do not drive very much and this is a just "get around town " car.
The problem is that the battery connection has an excessive amount of
corrosion on the terminal. And stops the car for a jump every 6 months or
so. There is a little wire that comes out of the lead connection to the
battery. Probably a 12v connector wire. The only thing that runs when the
car is off is the clock. Which I don't care about.
If I cut this wire will the corrosion end? Or got and good anti-corrosion
stuff I can put on the terminal. The red and green rings of velt do nothing.
Thanks in advance, Bob