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Do i really have to take off the passenger tire to get to the battery? Can you please give me detailed instructions on how to change the battery for my 2001 concord?

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You have to remove the air filter box to expose the straps that hold the battery in place. Then raise the vehicle safely, remove the passenger-side front wheel, and unscrew the plastic lining in the fender.
Once the liner is moved, the battery is exposed... then you can undo the cables and pull the battery out.
Reverse for installation. Goodluck

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