Question about 2003 Dodge Intrepid
Remove the battery cover and disconnect the air cleaner that is beside it by popping it off.
Take off the cable ends from the battery terminals with a battery terminal puller. Take off the negative terminal first.
Slide the battery toward the wheel well and remove it from underneath the wheel well.
Use a wire brush to clean the surface that holds the battery. Clean the insides of the connector cables with a pointed wire brush. Keep your gloves on at all times to avoid getting acid on your hands.
Rinse off the cables and the battery tray or wipe them off with a damp cloth, and let them dry out.
Insert the new battery on the shelf, bringing it up through the wheel well. Pop the air cleaner back into place.
Place the correct cable on each terminal and tighten securely with pliers or a socket wrench. Replace the battery holder and cover.
I hope this helps
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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