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Battery cable I just replace the battery in my friends car and I put the plastic cover on it cuts off

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You will have to go back through everything, check for something loose.

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To remove the plastic cover on the Column you will need to pull the Ignition lock. You will need to disconnect the NEG battery cable and have the Key turned to either ACC. or RUN position to remove the cylinder after pressing the spring lock under the Ignition switch. There is a hole under the keyswitch to put a punch and press upwards to release the lock cylinder. This is necessary to remove because of the flare on the cylinder core preventing the plastic cover from clearing the lock.

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3. Lay cloth on side of car. :)

4. If you have time run to Sears (or local tool shop) and buy metric allen heads for your nut-driver or socket set nut-driver. This will save you a headache....

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7. If you don't have a nut-driver/allen set (like me since it was Sunday night) just use a #6 allen wrench with a ball tip (not necessary but helps)
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