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Need to replace Battery on 2005 GMC Envoy

Can I just go buy a battery and replace it my self or will this do something to the computer system and cause me further trouble

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    You should be able to change your battery with no issues. Just be sure to make your connections correctly. + to + / -/-

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You can replace the battery yourself. the only thing you may loose is the presets and the clock setting on the radio.

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