Question about Cars & Trucks
On some vehicles theres a tray that the battery sits on. These trays can be removed or the battery tie down bar can also be removed to fit the battery in place. If you are not able to place the tie down back in place you can use a bundgy cord to hold the battery in place. First you hook the cord into the vehicle before you place the in, make sure the hook part is not going to touch the battery bcaz it might puncture the battrry or wear a hole in the battery. So then u should make sure the strap or cord is not too lose and attach the other side so it will be safely secured in your vehicle. Preferably rubber, so if this helped you please give me credit for answering your question.
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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