Humboldt drivers intent on removing a car battery themselves should know that, while it’s an easy process, it can be dangerous. Thus, it’s important to know the right method, so you don’t hurt yourself. Read our guide carefully, and then if you think you might need help, or you’re looking to replace your battery, explore our service specials and contact our service department.
When removing a car battery, please note that they hold enough voltage to kill, so make sure that you’re wearing insulated gloves. Lexington drivers should also wear goggles to make sure they don’t get any battery acid or corrosion dust in their eyes. Before we go over the steps of how to remove a car battery, take these steps to prepare for the job:
Some battery terminals are fused to your engine block. In this case, there’s a special tool you can buy to loosen them. If this problem arises, reach out to our parts department to purchase the tool.
Once you’re ready, follow these steps on how to remove a car battery. Don’t hesitate to call us for help:
Dyersburg drivers who read our guide on how to remove a car battery and need further help can call Allen Samuels Hyundai at 731-313-7390. If you have other questions about car care, be sure to explore our service tips and parts tips for more informative reads about how often to rotate your tires and how to jumpstart a car.
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