Changing Battery

Need to get a new battery tomorrow and just wondering if there is any certain procedure for removing old and installing new now a days? This is for a 2004 Pontiac Gran Prix. Thanks.

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Paul wrote:

if you don't like reprogramming your radio, etc. get a lighter plug, a 9V battery clip, and a 9V alkaline battery. work the obvious magic and plug the lighter plug into the socket just before removing the first battery cable (should be negative)
good luck
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And don't open the door, etc., when the battery is disconnected, since that 9V battery won't last more than a fraction of a second trying to light the dome lights!
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