battery stuck in its housing

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Asked by Jan 13, 2013 at 08:07 PM about the 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK350 2dr Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

cables removed; battery wony come ou of its housing

3 Answers

you have to take more than the cables off. Some batteries are secured on the bottom, with a little bracket, that can not be seen easily from the top, just because you don't see an obvious tie down on top does not mean it's not still bolted down

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hummerh1alphame
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expect a lot of disassembly if that doesnt work

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John Leone
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to second davids answer, every car has to have a battery hold down clamp or strap (federal law)...Merc's is usually held in by a 10 millimeter head. the clk should be a very small metal clip on the narrow end of the battery. Staring from the front of the car look to the right side, you will need a long extension to get to it...let me know if it helped

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