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Hey there Ford Edge people, My car was having some battery issues just a few days before I was leaving to go overseas for a month. I figured I'd have to change the battery when I got back. Well, I'm back and I went to take a look and I noticed this blue and grey powder on the negative terminal. (See photos attached) I don't know if I need to replace the battery or if it's just corrosion on the terminal or if it's Ford Warranty stuff or just wear and tear. I have an extended Warranty and don't want to buy a battery and then it be something I can get fixed under the warranty. I can't start the car though to get it to Ford anyways. What do you suggest? Thanks! Mikey M EDIT: It's just corrosion on the terminals. I'm gonna clean it up and then get a jump start and take it from there. All good.
I removed the chrome clads in order to lower the maintenance of having to balance the tires due to shifting and accumulated dirt in between the clad and the aluminum wheels. Each spoke has a pocket for dirt to accumulate. Not exactly the pretties of wheels but I am going to apply some paint and make them decent and lower maintenance.