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Volkswagen golf battery x reg, how do i remove the power box which is attached to the top of the battery

How do i remove the box attached to the top of the battery, i want to change the battery but unable to see how this box comes off.

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    It is not a problem to open the lid of the box but even after removing the screw attaching the several red cables to the positive pole the box can not be removed to get full access to the battery. What to do?

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It should just be clipped on the side closest to the hood and has hinges on the back side. once the clip is undone it will open

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