I just did this on my wifes 03 Acura and I just removed the filler tube for the washer fluid and pushed it to the side, Then remove the rubber boot and then there is a retainer ring that you have to remove and it came right out didn't remove the battery for the low beam for the high you may have to remove it
Disconnect the battery, which you should do anyway when replacing an ignition. There will then be no danger of it inflating.
No, you need a pandora's battery for that model.
i dont think so but i would disconect the battery anyway! i dont think so but i would disconect the battery anyway!
depends wat on more then a normal battery anyway
Maybe if you left it plugged in for 6 months without starting the car. Then again, if you let a car sit for 6 months, the battery may croak anyway. So, in short: No.
Yes! You can buy trickle chargers that work through the cigarette lighter.
Obviously check the battery. Anyway, if the alternator, battery, and wires connecting them are good the voltage regulator is next on the list.
Usually it is under the battery tray. In most vehicles anyway. Hope this helps.
The headlight door system on those cars, and all the other Ford products with similar headlight doors, run on vacuum. If you look underneath the car, you'll see a big silver vacuum canister for each side. Anyway, the short answer is the vacuum leaks out. My '77 Mark V's headlight doors open after about 4 hours. When you start your car, the engine vacuum is restored and they go back down.
You can use a universal charger. Usually they should charge any battery under 4.8v.
It stands for On-Board Computer, it is used, I read anyway, to tell when to shut the charger off, but that's debateable. It is the little box on the drivers side that is mounted to the chassis that your lead battery cable on the drivers side goes thru on it's way towards the back of the cart. That cable goes thru the middle of the OBC to a sensor in there.
No you shouldn't do that. The voltages are different, and paralleling batteries aren't a good idea anyway. Why would you want to do this?
30 year old battery?? I have never heard of a battery lasting this long. This has to be a record of some sort. I would contact the battery manufacture as they may want this battery and give you a new one for it. Anyway if the battery will not hold a charge it has a dead cell and needs to be replaced.
sound like a weak battery or bad battery cables.. have your battery load tested sears auto zone should do it free if battery is more then 4 years your on borrowed time anyway
do it anyway without getting caught
yea it does
First, unplug it from the back. Then remove the screws in the chrome ring. You will see a ring around the outer lip of the headlight. This will have screws on it. 3, I think. Anyway, remove these. Now, you will see screws with springs by them. These are for aiming purposes, only.
This is yet another Jeep engineering SNAFU that makes me crazy and instead of getting up on a soapbox again about those sort of things I'll just answer the question. There is no other way to change the lightbulb unless you have small hands and don't mind scraping the skin off your small hands on the sharp sheet metal. I've done it both ways and I bled all over. So......take your pick and look at the battery removal option as an opportunity to do some preventive maintenance on your battery tie downs and cables. They could probably use it anyway. Good luck !!!
When replacing the battery on my son's Kawasaki Vulcan 500, I accidentally hooked up the battery backwards. I had purchased an EverStart battery from Wal-Mart and the orientation of the main battery terminals was backwards from the original battery. Anyway, it blew the main fuse located in the left hand side side cover.
there is not anyway to do this without getting caught
no, or a bus license, or a truck license
The jack is in a plastic box under the drivers seat. Or it should be anyway.. jonny Howlett soundcloud
Nope, but I would look into getting a Pandora's Battery anyway - it's dang useful, and if you own a bunch of old SNES games, you can play them on the go. As for your original question, however, I'm afraid it's not possible.
As of today, sadly there are no known ways or methods for extending a life span of any battery, including an RC Car's battery, although turning the RC Car off when not in usage might be helpful.
Answer Most of the time the battery is loosing charge on a mower it is bc the battery is going bad. The cells inside are wearing out and not holding a charge. Replace the battery and usually the problem stops. If it is a acid fillable battery then make sure the battery has the proper amount od distilled water and acid in it. Also if it is a serviceable battery then I would replace it with a maintenance free battery anyway. A lot less to mess with. Good luck.