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Taking the battery out, after the cables come off. What is the easiest way to unscrew the long bolt?

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There is usally a nut (10mm) on top of the bolt, the bottom of that long bolt is curved like a hook and there is a cut out for it, loosen nut and remove the entire bolt clearing the way for your battery.

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