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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the right front diagonal brace. The brace goes from the rad support to the fender area.Three bolts need to be removed.
  3. Reposition the positive battery cable terminal cover (1).A red cover over the positive cable at the battery.It pops off.You may need a screw driver to pop it off.
  4. Loosen the positive battery cable terminal nut.
  5. Remove the positive battery cable terminal from the battery.
  6. Reposition the underhood accessory wiring junction block.See steps 9-14.
  7. Remove the battery retainer bolts (1) and retainer (2).
  8. With the aid of an assistant, remove the battery.
  9. Remove the electrical center cover (1).
  10. Disconnect the positive battery cable from junction box
  11. Remove the fasteners (1) securing the electrical center board (2).
  12. Unlock the tabs on the electrical center board.
  13. Lift up on the electrical center board.
  14. Remove the fasteners (1) securing the electrical center bracket (2) to vehicle.

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GM issued a bulletin on this problem. Contact your dealer, they are aware of the problem and you could be covered under warranty. Below is a copy of the bulletin.

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Subject: EI08045 -- Key Cannot Be Removed from Ignition with Gear Selector in Park, Shifter Cannot Be Moved From Park Position (Engineering Information)

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The stabilizer bar that is over top of the battery does have to be removed.

Fortunately, the 3 bolts on the stabilizer bar are easy to take out. Use a ratchet or wrench to remove the bolts, lift the stabilizer bar out, and pull the battery straight up.

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How do you remove the old car battery on a 2008 chevy impala ss? (5.3L) thanks sam


  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the right front diagonal brace. The brace goes from the rad support to the fender area.Three bolts need to be removed.
  3. Reposition the positive battery cable terminal cover (1).A red cover over the positive cable at the battery.It pops off.You may need a screw driver to pop it off.
  4. Loosen the positive battery cable terminal nut.
  5. Remove the positive battery cable terminal from the battery.
  6. Reposition the underhood accessory wiring junction block.See steps 9-14.
  7. Remove the battery retainer bolts (1) and retainer (2).
  8. With the aid of an assistant, remove the battery.
  9. Remove the electrical center cover (1).
  10. Disconnect the positive battery cable from junction box
  11. Remove the fasteners (1) securing the electrical center board (2).
  12. Unlock the tabs on the electrical center board.
  13. Lift up on the electrical center board.
  14. Remove the fasteners (1) securing the electrical center bracket (2) to vehicle.

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