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What size nut holds the battery in the battery tray

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  • Richard Scordino Jun 04, 2010

    13mm or metric pliers and some wd40.?

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Usualy it's a 10mm or 12mm. Sometimes you can get away with a 3/8 or 1/2 12 point socket.

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