Disconnect the Regal battery cables. Find the battery clamp then remove it. Lift the battery out, then put the new one in. install the clamp, then connect the battery cables.
Disconnect the battery cables. The battery has a clamp holding it in, probably along the bottom edge. Remove the clamp bolt. Pick up the battery. Reverse process for installation.
Corroded battery terminals, defective battery, or starter.Corroded battery terminals, defective battery, or starter.
Look at it. If the wire is corroded and/or the insulation is bulging, replace the cable.
Replace the battery cable with an OEM style cable. Do not use a clamp on terminal.
Yes, a corroded battery can cause an intermittent voltage drop.
The battery in the older VWs is under the back seat just undo the nut/clamp and take the old one out and replace it the same way only in the reverse.
Battery is located on the passeger side. Remove the air filter that covers it. Remove negative cable on left side of battery. Then remove positive cable on right. Then remove battery drain tube on left side of battery. Remove two nuts on positive side of battery on clamp that secures it to vehicle. Remove battery and replace with new one. Then secure battery clamp with two nuts remove. Then replace drain tube, positive and then negative cables. Last replace air filter over battery.
It sounds as though your battery is dying. It also could be the battery cables are corroded. Check the battery terminals and if they are corroded, then clean them and the cables with a brush and put petroleum jelly or some other protective substance on them. You may have to replace the battery and/or the cables as well.
Do you have the radio code first of all? otherwise it won't work later. Take off the ground cable first , then the positive (red). VW batteries have clamps on the bottom that must be unbolted. Rinse tray and clamps with baking soda water if corroded. Replace negative clamp last to avoid shorting battery by mistake.Reenter your radio antitheft code to make it work again.
Open hatch behind drivers seat......remove battery cables.....remove battery hold down clamp at lower back flange of battery...pull out battery....replace in reverse order.
Remove the battery clamp and the washer bottle. Then you can move the battery a bit and get your hand in to get to the lamp holder. Louie
Disconnect the battery cables on the Wrangler. Find the battery hold down and depending on the style, either loosen or remove it. Lift the old battery out. Set the new battery into the battery tray. Reinstall the clamp, then connect the battery cables.
Dead battery or corroded battery connections.
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.
disconnect the battery cables. find the battery clamp and remove it. Lift the battery out, then set then new one in place. Install the clamp, then connect the battery cables.
Corroded battery post connections, defective battery, or defective starter.Corroded battery post connections, defective battery, or defective starter.
Check for a loose or corroded ground or battery cable Check for a loose or corroded ground or battery cable
I would suspect the battery has been discharged, is defective, or you have loose or corroded battery terminals. Remove and clean the terminals and if that does not solve the problem charge the battery with a battery charger. If it will not take a charge then replace the battery.
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.
That sounds suspiciously like a corroded battery terminal.
Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter? Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter?
tools: socket wrench (with extended arm), wire brush (optional) the battery is held in place by a small clamp grip that is located at the bottom of the battery, on the side closest to the engine. disconnect both battery terminals using the socket wrench, attach the extended arm & the appropriate socket--and unscrew the bolt holding the clamp in place. remove battery
Defective battery, loose or corroded wiring.
It needs to be cleaned