Simple, you don't! Remove the passenger's side front tire and there is a little door from which you access the battery. Actually, you do need to remove it. You can't access the terminal posts or the tie-down bracket from the access door. The good news is the process is straightforward, and you don't need to remove the tire. First, turn the steering wheel all the way to the right. From here you can remove the six screws holding in the battery access panel. Next, open the hood, unclip the air filter housing and remove the filter. It helps to get the cover up and out of the way by using a spare piece of wire and attaching it to the hood. Now, you're ready to remove the air filter housing. On the right side of the housing (facing the car) you'll notice a fastener with no apparent means of removal. This is a friction grommet, akin to the snaps on a baby's shirt. Grip the housing right above this fastener and give it a firm pull upwards. The housing should pop out over the fastener. The left side is not fastened - there are two "bumpers" that hold it in place on that side. Now you have complete access to the battery and can proceed with the replacement, sliding the battery out through the access door once it's been disconnected. Finally, it's much easier to re-install the battery access door from the top, before re-installing the air filter housing. It's possible, but not easy from down below.
You need to remove the panel from in front of the passenger side front tire to access the battery. You will also have to remove the air filter housing to get at the battery hold down so you can remove the battery. Hope this helped.
the timing window is directly beneath the air filter housing, you must move/remove the air filter housing to see it
The filter is in a filter housing. Remove the plug in the bottom of the housing. The filter housing is then loosened using a specific wrench for that housing type.
Located under the interior air intake filter housing. The housing is under the hood and secured to the passenger side firewall by three flip clamps. The housing is black plastic and about the size of a large textbook. Flip the clamps and remove the entire housing by pulling toward the front of the car and up. The underside of the housing is the filter, so be carefull that you do not damage the filter as you remove the housing. Viola! The battery is now in sight.
first off it is easier to do if you remove the air filter. you then need to remove the passengers side wheel and the plastic trim. the battery has to come out through the wheel well.
underneath the air filter box, front right (passenger) side corner of the motor bay. In order for it to be removed, remove the air filter box...or...remove the wheel, then the access cover panel in the wheel well (forward of the wheel).It is located just in front of the front right tire. There is a plastic panel to help access it in the wheel well, but the tire must be cut all the way to the right. I recommend taking the tire off, which is what I had to do. You will also encounter a problem with the air filter housing being in the way directly over the battery in the engine compartment. Remove the air filter, unclip the filter housing, and pull upward on the housing very hard. There is a rubber grommit holding it in place. But the housing will come off. Battery should be fully visible.
Its under the washer fluid reservoir. Have fun with this one! You have to remove the support bar, the washer fluid reservoir, and move the air filter housing to get the battery out. Enjoy!AnswerIts under the washer fluid reservoir. Have fun with this one! You have to remove the support bar, the washer fluid reservoir, and move the air filter housing to get the battery out. Enjoy!
Drain radiator, Remove the big steel shroud, remove hoses...remove oil filter to gain access to thermostat housing, remove housing....you must use an OEM seal, not an aftermarket gasket...might as well change the oil too....
Access the battery on the '99 300M through the passenger side front wheel well. Turn the steering wheel all the way to the right, remove the cover, remove the air filter and then you can access the battery.
Remove left front wheel, remove inner fender well, remove battery.
You pry it out.
Remove the 2 screws (10mm) on top that hold the air intake housing, Pull the air intake away from the air filter housing. You may need to loosen tubing with flathead screwdriver. It's easier to replace the filter if you remove the filter compartment so remove the screw that holds this piece in place. Pull the air filter housing out gently. You may have to work it out since space is compact. Pop the clips, replace the air filter and reverse to re-install.
The cabin air filter is located behind the glove box. If you remove the glove box door you will see a small access door in the HVAC housing.
You need to take out the air filter housing and hose leading to the intake. Below the distributor cap, you should see your starter. Remove the battery terminals from your battery and then remove the starter from it's home. Replace with new starter and reconnect battery terminals. Replace air filter housing and hose, then fire it up. Worked like a dream.
This is one of the most inane questions I have seen on this board. However, here it is. Locate the filter housing right behind the battery. loosen the clips(or bolts, depending on model year) around the housing. Lift the housing and remove the filter. Feeling really stupid yet???
Loosen the hose clamps on each end of the big square air box and remove it. Then you can release the clamps on the air cleaner box, remove the lid, and remove the filter.
Remove the battery, radiator support brackets, battery air filter housing, and air filter hose. Raise the vehicle, and drain radiator. disconnect the transmission cooler lines, and the radiator fan. Unbolt the radiator an remove. Reverse the process to install.
Air filter housing in on the right side of the engine, right beside the battery. Its the big black box with 3 1/2 inch corrugated hose linking it to the intake manifold. To replace filter, remove screws from the top side of the air filter housing and remove the cover. Lift air filter element and replace with a new one.
You remove the left front tire, the left fender liner, and then can remove the battery.
"Where is the reverse light switch in a Peugeot307?" The reverse light switch is located on the transmission housing which is behind/under the air filter housing/battery on the 2.0 litre D turbo model. To replace it you will need to remove the top of the air filter housing and the filter (2 screws plus release the air intake pipe connected to it by a large jubillee clip, also unclip a couple of cables). To remove the switch disconnect the cable clipped to it. You will need a deep 22mm socket and a universal/flexible coupling to unscrew the switch (as access is poor unless you remove the battery compartment/air filter housing).
The thermostat housing on a Chrysler 302.7 L engine can be removed by loosening the 3 housing bolts. Remove the water hose and the housing will come off. Reverse the process to replace with a new housing.
Remove the four torx screws in the lower housing
Release 4 straps and remove cover and filter. Remove 4 nuts under filter on inside bottom of housing. Housing will easily pull apart from 2 plastic air intake tubes. Slide housing up and off of Mass Air Flow sensor. Oak Park Bob
When you open the hood, the air intake unit is to the right of the battery. Use a rachet with an extension to loosen the bolts that hold the filter housing together. The bolts will not fully come out, so loosen them enough that you can be able to remove the filter housing. Lift the housing straight up, and you will see the filter underneath. Replace it with a new one, making sure the new filter is flush on top of the housing, so it can properly close. close the housing, tighten the bolts and you're done.
Remove the air filter housing cover. The air filter will lift out. Drop the new air filter into the housing and replace the cover.