Disconnect the battery cables from your vehicle to avoid being struck with electricity.
Check for. Examine if there are any damaged and worn battery cables by looking for signs of corrosion. They could be frayed, splintered, or cracked.
The next step is to brush the corrosion off from the battery. Make sure that the corrosive elements don't fall on the engine components.
Apply anti-corrosive pads once everything else dries. Anti-corrosion pads are also known as battery terminal protectors.
Once you clear the corrosion, let everything dry completely, and apply the anti-corrosive substance. You will be able to connect the battery to your vehicle.