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I'm having trouble locating my battery on the 2006 GL 450

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If your car left hand drive please forward front passenger seat if your car right hand drive need to forward driver seat, then fully fold backrest to forward then you can see under the seat carpet have been cut by 3 side you have to fold that carpet to front, after that you can see the battery in it in this particular model very hard to replace battery and also risky some time need to remove seat, in your car have two batteries both sitting in under the seat and also, need to be check both batteries, you may need to get experience technicians hand to do that, some impotent control units and fuse boxes has fixed close to battery, when you going to replace the battery if get some thing wrong you may have to be loose lots of money if you do it by experience technician it's only jest one our job I would like to advise you to get it in to Mercedes dealer to do it after replace battery it's need to be check charging rate and normalize many electronic component and erase all fault codes this is the best way it's up to you. is this information helped you? please leave a comment.

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