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Re: bracket holding battery is off cant get it back on
It should only have an L bolt that should reach down to the battery tray through the battery hold down bracket and turn to latch on to the bottom of the tray and screw down the nut at the top to get tension.
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sounds like you need a new battery, also have the alternater checked. as far as the alarm, you should be able to disarm the system by locking and unlocking the passengers door, then the drivers door with the key, when the door are closed
It's inside the gas tank. Took me about 20 minutes to drop the tank. 2 bolts that hold it up and undid 2 small bolts on the heat flange that seemed in the way. You should also take out the one small bolt on the driver side holding the brake cable up. You have to anyway to get the tank back in. I got a pump online for $50. Pump only and it took about 10 minutes this morning to put it in the original bracket out of my fuel tank. So I say go with pump motor only and save big bucks. TIP: For those of you who want to check if its your fuel pump or fuel relay. There are 2 easy places to do this. One is at the gas tank itself. Under the car they dropped the wiring harness down and put a connector in a bracket on the back of the gas tank. The second one is behind the rear seat back. Lift out the bottom seat pushing the 2 levers and then there are 2 bolts to take out to remove the rear seat back. Then you will see a connector on the passenger side up high. You can use either of these connectors to check if you got power when the key hits the start (engine cranking) position. If you do the relay is good. You can run power from a battery/charger to the fuel pump and see if it works.
Check Your Battery, o perhaps You have a power leak, The way to do that is, with the car off key out take one of the battery terminals off than on the battery nipple connection put the end of a test light, and on the terminal that You have remove the other end of the test light, if light comes on You have a power leak, to find in which circuit leaks live test light connected to both, battery and removed terminal start taking fuses on and off till lights on test light goes off, and when that happen, that's the fuse where the power leak is located
Look at your old battery if you still have it... the posts (+,-) could be revered ie. the wrong battery. Or, you may be able to spin it around. If this the correct battery and in correctly. Put the battery in the tray and connect the cables, then put the hold down bracket last. Did you take the ground away from the body or block of the car? If so, you may be trying to reconnect it to a different place.