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battery code is installed & supplied by manufacturer ring them up & they will give you the options- usually its cheaper to replace radio depending on unit before you ring them remove radio & get the radio model & sequence numbers on label at rear of radio
You pretty much have to start at the ashtray and work forward making note of what you are taking out as you go. Remove the knobs of course, retaining screws that would be in place as keepers as well. As you get ready to remove the ski slope, there will be keeper screws in place with plastic loops that will break if you are not careful and 2 plastic wingnuts roughly where the ashtray meets the ski slope but underneath and out of sight unless you are looking for them. Once the ski slope is out of the way, its pretty straightforward but there are a lot of wires with terminals that are unique to the radio and jags......you can probably splice things if you need to.....but there are a lot of splices to do and then fitting things back will get more cramped and difficult.
disconnect battery ground cable
remove bolt on transmission breather tube to starter mounting bracket
remove top bolt on starter bracket to bellhousing
remove bottom bolt and leads from starter
lower the starter with braket