How much does a battery clamp replacement cost?

My battery terminal clamps are extremely corroded and need to be replaced. How much does a battery clamp replacement cost?

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Answer provided by
Melanie Mergen
Answered on Jul 07, 2022
The cost of a battery clamp replacement can vary; you’ll commonly find battery terminal clamps costing anywhere from $5 to $60.
Your go-to auto parts store of choice likely has a good variety of battery terminal clamps to choose from.
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