Is that Roadmaster's automatic battery disconnect system? The smart center that I bought my 2009 from warned me that automatic battery disconnect switches, specifically Roadmaster's, can backfeed enough power into the car's electrical system to possibly energize it - as in wake up the car's computer. They recommended a manual battery disconnect switch. I went with the manual switch.I installed the solenoid for the Road Master battery disconnect system. When I got to the part where you are to connect the existing "to starter" cable to the new supplied cable that goes to the solenoid I found a proprietary battery connection with an apparently riveted on nut. Who thinks these things up? The thread pattern on this nut doesn't match the supplied coupler and the bolt on the positive battery terminal connector is also permanently affixed and has the same unknown thread pattern. The positive wire to the battery is routed through some sort of connection so I would rather not mess with that either. How do I make this usually easy and uncomplicated connection?
2013 City Flame Cabrio