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REMOVING BATTERY BRACKET - 1995 Buick LeSabre

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It would be helpful to anyone looking at your request to give a few details! I am assuming that you mean the bracket that is the hold-down bracket either oin the bottom edge of the battery or across the top. If it is a bottom bracket that presses into the groove of the battery, you need along extention with a 3/8 or close to that size socket. Loosten the bolt quite a bit until the battery is able to be wobbled from under its clinch. If it is the bracket across the top the bolts are on the bottom of the two down rods and can be loostened with the 3/8 inch open end wrench until the side rods offer enough play to push the top cross piece over the battery edge.

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