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Battery I just want to know how to take my dead battery out. It's kind a hard please help me... thanks so much, Gina

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You access the battery thru the right front wheel well...remove the right front tire and remove the access panel from the front of the wheel well. brace holding the battery in place, slide out battery and remove battery cables as they become accessible.... Pack a lunch as this is a lot more diffiucult than it appears. You might be better off just letting your mechanic replace it for you.

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