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Trying to change battery in 2005 pontiac montana. battery won't come out and can't see any bolts underneath to take out. not sure what else to do from here.

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THERE IS A BOLT DOWN ON THE LONG OF THE BATTERY YOU NEED A 13 MM SOCKET TO TAKE IT OUT ITS FOR THE BATTERY HOLD DOWN BRACKET ITS JUST A SQUAREISH PLASTIC BLOCK

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