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LOST BATTERY Not really lost!!!! Having recently bought a 1994 Audi A6,I cannot locate the battery,where is it please???? Cannot see it in the boot,or under the bonnet,where`s it gone??? Cheers Dave (DDLR)

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It's under the rear seat on the right side of the car. Pull the two phillips screws at the front lower edge of the rear seat bench and lift the seat out from the front edge and then out. The battery is held down with a 13mm bolt and tall bracket. Cables are 10mm nuts.

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Under the back seat

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