Question about 2003 Chrysler Concorde
The battery is located under the right front fender behind the tire. Remove the wheel, remove access panel from fender well. From engine compartment, remove 2 battery hold down bolts,10mm, slide battery rearward to remove battery cables.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
try removing passenger front tire and accessing battery compartment through panel on the front side of the wheel well. what i did. not real easy, but easier than removing all the components for access from the top.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
2 torx screws i beleive they are t15 long screws pull them all the way out but the light will only come out about 6 in unless u unhook wires
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Battery is behind the front left wheel. You have to remove the wheel to replace the battery. (you can access the battery w/out removing the wheel, but you can't actually get the battery out unless you take the wheel off.)
Once the wheel is off, remove the inner-fender well mud-guard and you will see the battery just forward of the wheel well. From there it's pretty straight forward.
Once this is removed, you should be able to see the battery hold-down bolts.
Remove these and remove the hold-down assembly.
If you are removing the battery, remove the 1st battery cable.
Depending upon what battery you have, you may be able to slide the battery back toward the wheel and disconnect the 2nd cable.
Jack the vehicle up, put on jack stands and remove the passenger side wheel.
On the front side of the wheel well there is an access panel that needs to be removed in order to access the battery. There are 6-8 1/4" screws to remove. Then manipulate the cover until you can remove it, bending it slightly.
If you were unable to disconnect the 2nd battery cable earlier, you can now move the battery further towards the rear of the car. Remove the 2nd cable clamp from under the hood.
Slide the battery all the way out. It is heavy!
Reverse the instructions for reassembly.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
Check you owners manual for changing a tire. If there is no kind of locking device (which there should not be) on the wheel then it is just stuck on the hub. If all of the nuts are off you can try using a deadblo hammer to hit the tire and break it loose (be careful it will bounce back) sometimes you can kick the tire around the outside and get it to break loose.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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