Disconnect the negative - terminal first, then the positive + terminal. Unfasten the battery hold down clamp. When reinstalling the terminal connections connect the positive terminal first.
Disconnect the negative terminal first. Then disconnect the positive terminal. Pull the ends straight up. Unbolt the top of the battery frame and lift up the cover on the battery.
As dumb as it sounds, you can't. I have a 2004 stratus and the only way you can reset it is to either fix the problem or disconnect and reconnect the negative battery terminal. (you don't have to disconnect it from the battery itself, only from the terminal you can actually see on the right hand side when you lift your hood)
make sure radio settings/presets are saved disconnect negative battery terminal disconnect positive battery terminal unscrew the battery mount take battery out put new battery in put the mount back reconnect battery terminals
Disconnect the POSITIVE battery cable and touch it to the negative terminal OR disconnect the POSITIVE battery cable for about 30 minutes (either way drains the capacitors in the electrical system)
Always the negative cable first.
The negative terminal of a battery has a - sign and positive terminal has a + sign.
Remove 2 ea bolts, disconnect cable coming from battery and pull. Always disconnect positive terminal on battery before performing maintenance.
It is on the positive battery cable at the terminal. It is the little black box with the yellow button.
Connect the positive + cable first and negative - last. When disconnecting them disconnect the negative - first and positive + last.
The positive end of a battery goes to the positive end of the terminal. In retro spec, the negative end of a battery goes to the negative end of the terminal.
A "battery disconnect" is nothing more than a special SWITCH designed and manufactured to be able to carry very large [heavy] electrical current. The one with which I'm familiar mounts on the positive battery terminal after the cable has been removed, and then the cable connector is attached to the output terminal of the disconnect switch. This switch allows one to totally and completely "kill" the battery voltage to the auto circuits, without having to use a wrench to loosen a battery terminal clamp and manually "wrestle" it from the terminal.
The positive + terminal is slightly larger.
REMOVAL Turn the ignition switch to the Off position. Be certain that all electrical accessories are turned off. Loosen the battery negative cable terminal clamp pinch-bolt hex nut. Disconnect the battery negative cable terminal clamp from the battery negative terminal post. If necessary, use a battery terminal puller (2) to remove the terminal clamp from the battery post. Loosen the battery positive cable terminal clamp pinch-bolt hex nut. Disconnect the battery positive cable terminal clamp from the battery positive terminal post. If necessary, use a battery terminal puller (2) to remove the terminal clamp from the battery post. Remove the battery cables from the battery. Remove the battery thermal guard (1). Remove the battery hold down bolt (1) and battery hold down (2) from the battery. WARNING: Wear a suitable pair of rubber gloves (not the household type) when removing a battery by hand. Safety glasses should also be worn. If the battery is cracked or leaking, the electrolyte can burn the skin and eyes. Remove the battery from the battery tray.
Using 8mm socket or wrench disconnect negative battery terminal first and then positive terminal. Then unbolt battery hold down located on side of battery near engine. Pull off plastic battery cover then remove battery. Clean battery terminals with wire brush. If bolts are corroded replace them. Replace battery, battery cover and hold down. Then put positive terminal on and then negative.
The battery should be in the hatch compartment (behind the rear seats), under the floor mat. Disconnect the negative terminal (black), then the positive terminal (red). Remove the battery, and install the new one in the same position. Reconnect the positive terminal, then the negative terminal. NOTE: The terminals are also designated by plus or minus symbols.
Disconnecting Auto Battery Terminal ConnectorsYes, it is safe to disconnect a "car" battery while it's raining, IF you do it properly.When disconnecting a vehicle battery, raining or not, ALWAYS disconnect the NEGATIVE [--] terminal first, and when reconnecting, always connect the NEGATIVE terminal last.
Positive. This way, a tool on the positive terminal won't cause a short if it accidentally touches ground. By the same token, you want to disconnect negative first when going the other way.
This is fairly easy... however: DISCONNECT NEGATIVE TERMINAL FIRST!! # Make sure your car is off # Keep your oem head unit codes handy in case you need to reset it # Disconnect you're negative terminal (use a rubber coated socket wrench to loosen the screw holding it in, make sure you wrap it in a rag to avoid it touching any ground on your car, and tape it off or hold it somewhere) # Disconnect the positive terminal # Reconnect your positive terminal # Reconnect your negative terminal # Then secure your battery covers and start your car and you're done!!
the positive terminal in a battery
Connect a battery charger to battery positive to positive negative to negative
Start by locating the Positive terminal (usually the red one)... Disconnect it from the battery. Then do the same for the Negative terminal (the black one). Then there may be a small hex head bolt at the bottom the the battery, check for it and remove it, the battery should come right out.
The battery in located in the trunk, and the positive terminal is the one that is slightly larger and labeled with a + sign.
Negative, that way if hit a ground while on pos bolt it wont short out.
Battery is located under passenger floor board. Pull back carpet to locate. Disconnect the negative termainal first, then disconnet the postive terminal. remove old batter - install new battery. Connect Negative Terminal first - then connect the positive terminal.