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Removing my battery

I tried to remove my battery from my truck to replace it, but I couldn't even move it at all. Is this battery bolted down?

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If you look at the bottom part of battery will see a block with a bolt going through it its a 13 mm bolt remore bolt and battery will come out..hope this helps

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Should be a bolt that has a little block that holds the battery in by the bottom just use a extension and a socket to get it out then it should come out

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98 chevy lumina battery removal

The following is one way that I have used for the purpose of performing the task of removing and replacing the battery on my car. Suitability for use of these instructions by anyone but me on any other car but mine cannot be confirmed.
Use at your own risk. ;-)

When I do the job, I try to do it this way...
1 - Remember that contacting metal tools, et cetera, with the Positive (+) battery post, cable and connected components should be avoided while Negative (-) battery cable is connected between the battery and the car. There is danger of explosion, burns, and other undesirable results.
2 - Locate battery. It can usually be found hiding beneath the windshield washer fluid bottle.
3 - Move the diagonal brace out of the way. (Remove the bolt at the forward end, and if possible, loosen the aft bolt. Then move the brace away from the battery location toward the center of the engine compartment.)
4 - Remove the bolt that attaches the Negative (-) cable from the battery. Sometimes the head of the attaching bolt can be turned by using a 6mm wrench, but there could be other hardware in place.
Remove the bolt that attaches the Positive (+) cable to the battery.
5 - Loosen the hardware that secures the battery support. (The clamp holds onto a ridge at the bottom of the battery.) Move the support out of position so that the battery is free to be removed.
6 - If a battery lifting tool is available, use that to lift the battery out of the engine compartment. Otherwise, use good judgment* when removing the battery from the car.
7 -Clean the battery cable terminals, hardware, and mounting area if there is time and desire.
8 - Obtain serviceable battery.
9 - Install by reversing the procedures above.
10 - Reset clock.
11 - Cheer in amazement if the radio station presets were preserved.
12 - Speed safely!

* (Spelling trivia - "Judgment" can be spelled with or without the "E" following the "G".)

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Removing air conditioner bracket

its nuts and bolts.
what is the question on those?
1: remove battery neg lug first or , BOOM battery acid in face.
2: relax belt tension (all this is in the FSM or _)
3: remove all bolts on the alternator pivots. 3 or 4.
5: remove all wires.
6: it now falls off


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the battery.
  3. Remove the drive belt.
  4. Remove any splash shielding for easier access to the alternator.

(C) wire harness hold down, (D) ground terminal
  1. Tag and disengage the alternator wiring.
  2. Unfasten the alternator upper and lower bolts.
The alternator can be removed from above by taking it off its mountings, moving it rearward and lifting it out, being careful to gently move aside the refrigerant hoses, if equipped with A/C.
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  1. Mount the alternator to the brackets with the nuts and bolts. Tighten the two mounting bolts and nuts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  2. If the alternator and mounting bracket were removed as an assembly, install the assembly into the vehicle.
  3. Engage the alternator electrical connections.
  4. If removed, install the splash shield.
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Can replace without removing alternator or dropping engine.
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How to remove the battery

The battery have one frame that adjust and locked the battery to the car; sometimes, in the inferior side have any bolt, just loose it and remove the battery.

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How do I replace the battery in a 2003 pontiac montana? I can't hardly even see the battery for all the stuff on top and surrounding it. Is there a trick to this??

Before disconnecting the battery, make sure the radio is turned off. If left on, the radio will ask you for the radio code to have it work again.
  • You have to remove the round bar on the passenger side. There are two bolts in front and one in the back by hood hinge. The round bar slides out of the relay box.
  • Remove the wire connecting to the relay box to the battery by removing the holding nut. Lay the relay box over - towards the motor.
  • Remove the hold-down bolt located on the backside of the battery at the bottom.
  • Remove the batter posts bolts. Remove old battery.
Put new battery in and reverse the above steps. Good luck and keep me posted.

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