cad1729: Very clear explanation. Thanks for posting this.
Shraddha Venugopal: Excellent video. A DIY in its truest sense. Thanks for your inputs along the way as you go about replacing the battery. 👍👍👍
Mario Janisz: Thanks dude.
Stephen Bland: Nice video, though I wouldn't recommend touching the positive terminal until the negative is completely disconnected .. just to be on the safe side. Unless you'd like to take the risk of being shocked or shorting your battery out.
Timothy Schuy: so no loss of systems codes during the process? That usually happens on these car when the battery is disconnected.
Hennypenny8888: Thank you for this. Very clear and useful video. I was going to get it done professionally at twice what I paid for the battery, plus I also get the satisfaction from achieving something!
Erika Trout: Thank you very much for taking the time to make this video, it was very helpful.
Mark Nellermoe: Why couldn't have really stared from start; show us how to get that plastic cover off the battery well!!!
Abhi Tulapurkar: I got to be honest, I don't remember and I've sold the car since then. Sorry! But, it's pretty easy to find the correct battery from Walmart's battery guide in the store. It may suffice to mention that I bought the store brand, nothing special.
Jim H: What was the battery number you selected from Walmart? Thanks for the video.
Abhi Tulapurkar: No, I did not need to register the batt. Everything came right back up. My battery had not completely died, so I'm not sure if a battery completely dies and there is absolutely no charge left, does the car computer retain all this information.
schay26: Fantastic video! Very straight forward. Did you have to 'register ' ur battery?
vjd968: Thank you for posting this, I was about to get bent at NTB....
bartu celik: indian accent ? its terrible man
reece32100: Good video, nice job!!
dkkdriddle: Thanks was about to go get it done professionally!!