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The battery is located in the drivers front wheel well in front of the front tire.
to service the battery or change the battery the drivers front tire is removed and the access panel removed then the battery is visible. disconnect the negative battery cable then the positive, then the battery hold down bolt.

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Trying to fix my Volvo S60 2002 model. It won't start but when I hook the jumper cables to the my battery i have all interior power. when i try to turn over the engine nothing happens except clicking....

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