Question about 1998 Chrysler Concorde
I want to take it out but not sure where it is or how to get it ou
If you have a Concorde, the battery is chillin in a hole infront of your right, front wheel. To really get to it, you'll have to jack the car up, take off the said wheel, and loosen up the bolts that hold the wheel well cover in place. That battery will be right there lookin at you. With the proper tools, it shouldnt take but 5 to 10 mins to get the battery out. I suggest replacing the negative and positive cables with long ones to ease in battery replacement when tightening the poles onto the new battery. You can also run longer battery cables and put the battery in the trunk for easier accessibility..
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
The Dodge/Chrysler/Plymouth vehicles usually have the battery in front of the tires. If you look towards the front bumper in the fender well their should be a panel that comes out to give you access. Not sure which side exactly but it should be just held in with a 13mm anchor bolt and two 8mms to secure the wires on the terminals. Hope you get it sorted out.
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