Originally Posted by Red01Focus
redid the cleaning of the wires scrubbed them longer and did it 3 times,cables are much cleaner no white residue
picked up some dielectric grease,also how does one go about fixing the poor crimp job? i plan on picking up new fasteners to replace the rusty one's asap
Poor crimps are fixed by cutting off the old connectors and recrimping on new connectors. If that makes the wire too short you replace the wire.
Glad you are making progress. It's not glamorous work but it is required to have a reliable car. All this hard work is why you check cabling at every oil change. You catch the first signs of corrosion before you have to replace cables.
Don't stop just because it's starting to run, bring all the wires/connections up to snuff.