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When you need to replace a dead battery, you could head to the service department at Ocean Honda of Burlingame. However, you can also learn how to disconnect and install a car battery right from your garage in Daly City. How do you complete the job safely? Find out with tips and tricks from our technicians.
Before you begin, you’ll need to put on a set of insulated work gloves and safety goggles. This will protect you against sparks and corrosive elements in the battery. Be sure you’re in a well-ventilated area without any jewelry or accessories that might get in your way. Then grab a few zip ties to keep your cables in place, and get started:
You’re halfway through the process in South San Francisco, so how do you get your replacement battery in place?
Now that you know how to disconnect and install a car battery like a pro, do you have any questions? Feel free to contact us at Ocean Honda of Burlingame. We’d be happy to help you select a new battery for your car, and we can even install it for you if you’d prefer. Schedule your appointment or stop by our dealership in Burlingame – just a short stop from Palo Alto!
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