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do not change the batery. If the car still runs fine the problem is a blown fuse. Find the fuse panel, On the back side of the fuse panel cover is the fuse location chart. Look for the cig lighter fuse it is probably 20 amp
check the wiring from the alternator to the battery there is a fusible link located in the wire to prevent the battery from being overcharged. if the fusible link has blown it will not charge the battery
to get to the battery you neeed to removed the passanger side tire nad the is a plastic shiel you need to removed to get to the batery,
the starter is located on the driver side of the engine and you can see ie fron under the car, there are 3 bolts
please check if the batteries u used before have leaked any oil inside the camera. this damages the metal strip that shorts and two batteries. if there is no damage then tat portion s safe. the small battery inside battery compartment is for camera date. dont disturb it. after changing new batteries tha camera works for few time and then shuts down means your camera CCD s consuming lot of power. use a camera adapter to confirm that the camera works in normal power atleast. even after this. camera shuts off itself. take it to service centre soon.