Question about 1998 Saturn SL
Disconnect the negative and positive battery cables from the terminals on the battery. Take that battery out. Now then buy another battery for you make and model. Put the positive and negative battery cables on the battery terminals of the new battery. MAKING SURE, you have them on the RIGHT CABLES ON THE RIGHT TERMINALS. POSITIVE --- (RED) as the NEGATIVE CABLE is ----(BLACK). If you get them mixed up and try to start the car or something. You will blow a ton of fuses. and no telling what else! Its not hard as long as you can read the (-) << NEGATIVE (BLACK) WIRE and (+) << POSITIVE --(RED) WIRE on the battery.
Posted on Jan 28, 2014
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Remove the negative battery and place it out of the way then remove the positive cable and move it as well.Remove the heat guard or shield which surrounds the battery if installed.Remove the battery hold down wedge by unscrewing the bolt.Lift out the battery.Reverse for installation.--------------- Thank you.
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