Question about 1995 Chevrolet Lumina
DID YOU REMOVE THE HOLD DOWN BOLT AT THE BOTTOM EDGE OF THE BATTERY? IT MAY BE COVERED WITH DEBRIS AND PROBABLY WON'T WANT TO COME OUT EITHER. I NEVER LIKED DOING A BATTERY IN THOSE , HARD TO GET CUSTOMER TO UNDERSTAND THE LABOR INVOLVED.
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