The hold down bracket is held to the battery base with a 4" long screw on inward-facing side of the battery which can be removed using an 8mm ratchet.
disconnect both cables from the battery and remove the battery hold down bracket, remove battery, put new one in replace the bracket, connect positive (red cable [end will have plastic cover with red plus sign on it]} first than the other (negative) one. your done.
you have to remove the bracket that goes over the top of the battery then its just a matter of unbolting the hold down bracket and the cables
Disconnect cablesremove hold down bracketLift out battery
loosen the battery connections, negative side first and then the hold down bracket, next, just lift out the battery
First disconnect the negative battery cable, then disconnect the positive battery cable. Batteries usually are held down by a clamp or bracket. Unbolt or unhook the bracket. and remove the battery. Installation is the reverse. Hook negative cable last. HTH
Remove the driver side front wheel, remove the inner fender liner, remove the tie down bracket, remove the battery cables and then the battery
Disconnect the cable ends from the battery. Loosen and take off the hold down bracket. Take the cover off of the battery if it has one. Lift the battery out of the car. Installation is the reverse of these steps.
To remove the headliner on the 1998 Ford Escort, first remove both of the visors by removing their screws. Then, remove the trim from around the edges of the interior roof. Then, pull the headliner down from the ceiling.
on the bottom of the motorcycle a door open to drop the battery down. loosen the bolt on the side ...but be careful the battery will drop down .
if it has the stock terminals, you need a 1/2" wrench. disconnect the terminals, starting with the negative (black). then, disconnect the red (positive). use a 10mm socket to remove the bracket that holds the battery down, and pull the battery out. put new battery in, put positive terminal on first, then negative, then put on bracket.
This is for a 2010 Kia Soul Exclaim, after removing the cable(do neg first), you can remove the thin cover from around the battery. You will then need to loosen the ecu which is between the battery and the firewall, there are 4 10 mm nuts that need to be removed. You need a 12mm with a 9 inch extension to loosen the bracket that the ecu was mounted on. The ecu bracket clamps down the rear of the battery. With the bracket removed or loosed, you can slide the battery back towards the windshield and then you will be able to lift the battery from the tray. I got my replacement battery at Sam's Club and it fit perfectly. I just looked into their battery guide book and it listed the correct battery, believe it was 121.
You'll usually need a couple of sockets and a ratchet in order to loosen the battery cable clamps and the battery hold-down bracket. I've found that 10mm is usually the most common size for the nuts on the cables, the size for the hold-down bracket will vary depending on the vehicle. Just loosen both clamps from the battery terminals, remove the negative cable first, then do the positive side. Install the new battery and hook it up in the reverse order (positive first, then negative).
Battery is run down or on it's way out.
Possibly an old battery that is now pat it, loose connections to battery, alternator output down or power drain from somewhere. Most auto electric workshops do a very quick start and charge check that is both simple and cheap. Well worth getting done usually while you wait.
If this is a UK escort location is front of car lower down on to gearbox bellhousing you should be able to trace the red wire from the battery to it good luck Mike
Disconnect the negative ground cable, then the positive cable. There is a center bolt holding the cables in place. Remove the battery hold down clamp which is located in front of the battery. You will probably need an rachet with an extention to get down to the hold down clamp which is between the battery and the front of the battery bracket. It may be necessary to remove the cross piece that runs across the top of the battery in order to remove it from the car. Hope this helps.
You can change the battery by removing the plastic covers around it and then theres a small metal bracket located on the front side of the battery with one bolt holding it down. You'll need a long extension to reach it.
the battery is held buh plastic or rubber can't remember, but it is held from the bottom of the battery once you see it remove the screws and the battery comes out Just took mine out and here is how it goes, on the front side of the battery you will notice a long thin bolt that goes down to the bottom of the battery, this holds a plastic bracket in place. this bolt can be removed with a 10 mm socket (I believe that was the size) once you have unfastened the bolt the plastic bracket will come up and out of the van with the bolt ( a little catch washer on the bottom keeps these two parts together), if the bolt and bracket do not come out freely physically bump the battery around (gently) to free the plastic bracket. it may have stuck together. after this procedure it is a standard battery removal, remove the negative car connection first then remove the positive connection. with the battery connections out of the way the battery can be lifted up and out of the van..
Unplug the battery, wait ten minutes, hold down the horn to drain any remaining power, than reconnect battery.
down at bottom of engine, right side..follow the battery cable down to it
You begin by removing the small nut on the back of the mounting bracket. Hold onto the metal rod that it attaches to, or it will fall down into the engine compartment. You then remove the bolt on the front of the bracket that holds the battery in place. Next, you should remove the negative connection, followed by the positive. Next, lift the plastic cover off of the battery. Clean the connections to rid them of any corrosion. Place new battery into position, slide the plastic cover back over it, re-connect the connections - red, then black. Position bracket back over the battery and tighten the bolts. The battery should then be held tightly in place, and you are ready to go!
Follow the top radiator hose down to the water outlet on the engine; the stat is in the water outlet.
Remove Air box assembly, and Right front wheel. There is an access panel into the battery compartment, remove using 6mm socket. Battery is held down by a bracket 10mm and a long extension. Remove battery cables 1 at a time and pull battery through access panel in fender well.
pull neg cable off first then poss off.then remove the steel bracket that holds it down 10 mm socket job.