Access to the battery

The battery is located under the bonnet. To gain access to it:

The battery is located under the bonnet. To gain access to it:

  • open the bonnet using the interior release lever, then the exterior safety catch,
  • secure the bonnet stay,
  • remove the plastic cover on the (+) terminal.

Disconnecting the cables

Raise the locking tab fully.

Raise the locking tab fully.

Reconnecting the cables

  • Position the open clip 1 of the cable on the positive terminal (+) of the battery.
  • Press vertically on the clip 1 to position it correctly against the battery.
  • Lock the clip by spreading the positioning lug and then lowering the tab 2.

Do not force the tab as locking will not be possible if the clip is not positioned correctly; start the procedure again.

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