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HOW DO I REMOVE THE BATTERY IN A 2006 RAV 4? I CAN'T GET THE HOLD DOWN ARM OUT OF THE WAY.

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Take off side door panel, screws securing it are revealed, unscrew screws remove them and and the mirror drops off. If the wing mirror is on the bodywork, then the screws should be either in the wheel arch or under the bonnet.

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all you have to do is loose the long crwe nut of thebattery bracket then remove the black and red cable from the battery poles , thats about it.

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if you have room to tip the battery it might pop out ,otherwise your stuck with the ugl job of removing it torch,chisle.

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