Question about 2006 Nissan Xterra
First you need the proper replacement battery. Be sure it will physically fit, and the + and - posts are in the same location as the original.
Remove the - (black) cable first, then the + (red). Undo the battery hold down and remove the old battery. Place new battery in tray, install hold down hardware. Check battery cable connectors to be sure they are clean. Use a wire brush or battery terminal cleaner brush (any auto parts store, a few bucks) to clean off any corrosion. Connect + (red) battery cable, then - (black) cable. Tighten cable clamps.
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