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Learn how to remove a car battery so it can be replaced with expert car tips in this free online automotive repair video clip. Expert: William Myers Contact: www.austinsubaru.com/en_US/ Bio: William Myers has been a Senior Master Technician for Subaru since 1998. He is an ASE Certified Master Technician and L1 Advanced Level Specialist. Filmmaker: EV studios

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25 Responses to “Car Maintenance and Repair Tips : How to Remove a Car Battery to Replace It”

  1. Tyler12345asdfg says:

    these videos are the best thing on youtube.. i know nothing about vehicles, these videos have helped me fix so many issues on it! thanks ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. dnl5649 says:

    not all batteries have that clip. and it doesn’t really matter what cable you unhook first

  3. timsb2004 says:

    why didn’t they show how to put the new one in..crud

  4. stevenstreet483 says:

    I know right? I was just going to do the same steps in reverse, but that wouldn’t make much sense now would it?

  5. spamllpitdept says:

    it’s in their next video

  6. dan382 says:

    Cheers for the video, just helped me remove & replace my first car battery ๐Ÿ˜€

  7. MtnXfreeride says:

    Thanks for showing this on a subaru! I needed to remove the battery to get to my left side low beam headlight.

  8. MtnXfreeride says:

    @timsb2004, cant you just do it in reverse to put a new one in?

  9. luckyLagolas says:

    thank you very much

    im 15 and i wana learn mechanics

  10. katydidmail says:

    Thanks for a good review! This video is the only one that mentions which battery post to take off first (negative) and put on first (positive). Would be nice to explain why.

  11. smolVAD says:

    Be sure to observe the following order of work!
    Failure to comply with the correct sequence can lead to triggering squib disconnector batteries and electrical damage to the car.
    If the terminal of the battery mounted on the positive findings closely enough:

    – Disconnect the negative cable first-hand, from the negative terminal of the battery.

    – Then disconnect the positive cable-needle-positive terminals of the battery.

  12. ilikebeer says:

    god fucking dammit i hate expertvilliage

  13. ilikebeer says:

    simple, if you put the ground on first, your battery is grounded, and as you put on the positive cable, it will spark all over the place, if it’s not grounded, it wont spark ๐Ÿ™‚ simple hot and cold

  14. purse1234 says:

    i fucking hate toyota commercials

  15. jfefrey says:

    this is a j hook, it looks like a j

  16. 651DSM says:

    wat happens if i take positive off first? just wounderin

  17. VibrantWhite says:

    Thats a J Hook.

  18. blueterrior says:

    This really helped me. I have to remove my battery tomorrow to replace the radiator coolant line

  19. nimpo46 says:

    @jfefrey this is a j hook, it looks? like a j

  20. unoriginalson says:

    Thanks for helping me gain man points.

  21. MBZMDFAN says:

    thank you for posting, with the most important comment from the very beginning: remove the negative [black] lead cable first from the dead battery, replace with new battery, and reconnect the negative lead cable last to the new battery.

  22. ferrari1292 says:

    the j hook lives in a hole right here

  23. Erichballa says:

    what happens if you take the positive off first?

  24. nauaj13 says:

    @Erichballa Electrocution. Need I say more?

  25. Erichballa says:

    @nauaj13 didnt know need i say more?

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