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How doI remove the old battery so I can replace it with a new one

I have tried for two hours to get the old battery out since it is discharged so I can replace it but can not remove the long screw that has it secured. Any sugestions?

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  • sunflower55 Dec 14, 2008

    The screw will not turn. I have used WD40 and I have tried different tool but it won't budge. The car will not start so for now I am stuck

  • Antonio Boscia
    Antonio Boscia May 11, 2010

    what do you mean you cant remove the screw? i.e. you cant get to it or it wont screw out like the threads are stripped?

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Um iam not sure where your from but just go to the nearist auto parts store and ask them for a new battery holder bracket

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