BATTERY GASOLINE ENGINE REMOVAL WARNING:TO PROTECT THE HANDS FROM BATTERY ACID, A SUITABLE PAIR OF HEAVY DUTY RUBBER GLOVES SHOULD BE WORN WHEN REMOVING OR SERVICING A BATTERY. SAFETY GLASSES ALSO SHOULD BE WORN. REMOVE METALLIC JEWELRY TO AVOID INJURY BY ACCIDENTAL ARCING OF BATTERY CURRENT .
INSTALLATION CAUTION: Vehicles equipped with the turbocharged engine use a unique battery hold down. If the replacement battery is not identical, in size to the original, it may be necessary to use non-corrosive spacers on top of the hold down retainer to properly secure the battery in the battery tray.
That answer does not repond to my question about changing a battery in a 2006 PT Cruiser Turbo (180HP). You gave me what I have already tried. Which did not help me solve my problem, as such I can not accept you answer because it doesn't solve my problem.
Hi my name is John.
Is this what your talking about.
Let me know what else you need.
If I have help you ,please push the accept button when were done.
Thank you for choosing just answer
The diagram is close to what I'm talking about, but i can't pull the air cleaner housing straight up because the air duct is attached. The diagram must be part of the high option (OH) turbo (230HP) and not the smaller turbo (180HP). That duct doesn't allow that kind of movement. Close , but not right yet.
The book say that both of them come off the same way, Have you tried just tying the air cleaner unit back with a bungge cord to replace the battery?
This is the only other picture they give me at chrysler.
The only other thing I can think of for you , would be to disconnect it at the other end.
Can you take a picture of the clamp you are dealing with and send it to me with the inserter next to the you tube button on the screen?