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Removing a dead batter from a 2003 Ford Expedition

I have a ford expedition 2003 - with a dead battery to be replaced. I've remove the positive and negative posts and although I'm pulling as hard as I can... the battery won't come out. I don't see any bracing for the battery, is there something underneath that I should have unscrewed?

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Look for a bracket on both side of battery
u probably going to need a long extention
and ratchet to get to it.

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Posted on May 18, 2009

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