Hi in order to remove the battery u need to unscrew the two nuts on the top and than pull it out .. sometime the nuts are jammed so just put some wd40 or little engine oil and after 3 mins or 5 just try to unsrew it again and it should come out fine..if not only option take it to any garage..if ur car not starting because battery stuffed. just get ur mate car and pull battery out ..connect ur car leads and start the car.. once car started just un plug ur battery cable and just keep both cables seperate for it wont spark.. your car still remain started the only thing is that you wont be able to use horn or lights and few more electric items.. should work.. i did it before..
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The starter is on the left side,underneath the engine.removal of the large plastic splash guard is required to gain access. The starter has 2 mounting points,1 nut and 1 bolt. Disconnect battery, unbolt starter and lower it to gain access to power cables. Hope this helps.
The first thing to do is to check the condition of the battery cables/terminals. Make sure they are clean, free from corrosion and are tight. Also check the black earth lead where it connects to the block/bodywork. A poor earth can cause the symptoms you describe.
If that doesn't work, disconnect the positive battery cable (but bear in mind that you may lose the radio code.. do you know your radio code?) and then disconnect, clean the cables on the starter motor.
If that does not do anything - suspect the starter motor solenoid. It can be removed and cleaned (remove the starter motor first). You can 'bridge' the terminals on the solenoid with a screwdriver to try and start the car... but be careful.
Alternator is pretty easy. First disconnect the battery. Then loosen the belt at the idler arm tensioner. Once the belt is loose then you can unbolt the alternator, pull it out, and replace it. You may have to remove a couple of brackets or air filter cover to reach it but not bad at all. First time plan on about 4 hours.
Look for loose or corroded battery cables first. You may have a light on too that is draining the battery. Look in the glove box and make sure the light goes out when the door is closed. Same thing if there is a light under the hood.
There are two fuse boxes, one under the hood and one under the dash. The position and function of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, work your way through the fuses looking for a blown one. Using a small pair of pliers will help in the removal and replacement of fuses.
1.Chock wheels.2.Drain the engine coolant. Refer to Engine Cooling System.3.Discharge and recover the refrigerant from the A/C system. Refer to Recovery/Evacuating/Charging in this section.4.Remove the dash panel. Refer to Body.5.Remove the Blower/Evaporator unit. Refer to Blower/Evaporator Unit in this section.6.Disconnect the low pressure line from the evaporator outlet on the bulkhead.7.Disconnect the high pressure line from the evaporator inlet on the bulkhead.8.Disconnect the heater return hose from the heater core outlet tube connection.9.Disconnect the heater inlet hose from the heater core inlet tube connection.10.Disconnect the fresh air/recirculation control cable from the blower housing unit inlet duct.11.Disconnect five connectors at the bottom of the blower housing unit.12.Pull carpeting away from bulkhead to gain access to the hole cover plate.13.Remove the four nuts retaining the hole cover plate.14.Remove the hole cover plate.15.Remove two mounting bolts at the top of the blower housing unit.16.Remove two nuts attaching the bottom of the blower housing unit to the bulkhead mounting studs.17.Remove the blower unit from the vehicle.18.Remove the temperature control cable from the heater unit servo.19.Remove the two nuts from the mounting studs at the bottom of the heater unit.20.Remove the top nut holding the heater unit to the bulkhead to the bulkhead mounting stud.21.Remove the heater unit.Regards,Jeep Brainy