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How do I remove the battery from a hyundai accent? The positive terminal seems to be stuck

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Take some large pliers and twist the terminal off...if side connection type....use vise grips and later replace side terminal...with a new one when reinstalled

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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Specific to:
Hyundai Entourage 2007-2008
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
  3. Remove the crash pad lower panel (A).

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  5. Remove the crash fascia panel (B).

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  6. Remove the screw with the ignition in the ON position (IG ON) and disconnect the 6P connector.
  7. Remove the ignition switch (A).
  8. Installation is the reverse of removal procedure.

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Specific to:
Hyundai Accent 2006-2008
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  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:

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How to remove the positive terminal on 2003 hyundai accent


Do u mean cant be removed frm batt or u want replace terminal if replacing most cases u hav remove the whole term other bolt anthr 1 2 the nut and insulate it

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3rd battery for my 2008 Hyundai accent, had to boost it yesterday. What is draining the battery when the car is not used for a couple of days? Thanmks


you have a power drain- something is wired directly to the positive terminal that is staying on after you shut the key off-it must be unhooked so that it will stop drawing juice from your battery-cheers Denny

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the terminals on the battery will have a + (positive) or a - (negative) moulded in the plastic case within 1/2 inch of the terminal.

if it is the cables you are not sure about, the negative cable will go straight to the body of the car.

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I have a 1996 hyundai accent it ran fine took battery off and put it back on now no spark and wont start


Check the ground wire, a black connected to the ( - ) pole, it might have been disconnected. Clean the battery clamp and battery terminals from rust and oxidation, tighten up the TERMINAL. Remember ( + )positive pole is RED and negative ( - ) pole is black, sometimes no plastic cover!
Taaah!

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1999 hyundai coupe f2 do you do anything special before changing battery


dear friend-remove the terminals with care, loosen holding clamp,remove battery,replace in opposit manner,make sure terminals are clean when reconnecting.

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Buy a battery cable remover. It lookc like a clamp. The hooks go under the cable end and the post goes to the center of the terminal. When you turn it, the terminal will pop right off. About $5.

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