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  • Thor
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    Originally posted by //M-POWERD View Post
    is it that nut ontop of the plastic plate?
    There was one on top of the tray and one bolt/nut in the far corner near the rear wheel.

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  • keith
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    If you have had any leakage from the battery in that area it would be a good idea to clean it out with water mixed with baking soda. This will neutralize any acid residue.

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  • Das Boots
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    Might also check the car jack area. Making sure that the drain tube is properly attached. You can scrape off dirt/mud and vaccum off the deep area. Inspect for rust.

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  • //M-POWERD
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    is it that nut ontop of the plastic plate?

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  • Thor
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    Just did mine. There were two 13mm (I think) nuts to remove, and then I just lifted up. It's wedged in there, but it will come out.

    Not something I was hoping to do, but the tail light gasket on the battery side was leaking and I got water in there after a car wash.

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  • //M-POWERD
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    cleaning battery area?

    today i am installing a brand new battery from the dealer.
    I was wondering how you remove that plastic plate under the battery to clean it. there is a lot of old crap in there and i was wondering if anyone ever has removed that?
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