How to replace a Lawn Mower
Battery in just 6 easy steps. The process of replacing Lawn Mower battery is
not familiar to everyone. However after you read this step-by-step guide you
will have the knowledge to do it for less than 10 minutes.
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How to Replace a Lawn Mower Battery
1.For safety the first think you should do is to remove the spark clip wire from the Lawn Mower engine.
2.Remove the Battery cover from the battery box.
3.If your Lawn Mower have a fuse – remove it from the lawn mower battery.
4.Pull out the harness from the battery box holders and remove the wires from the battery terminals. For safety remove the negative side first (The negative side is always the black wire and the black terminal of the battery).
5.When all wires are disconnect from the battery pull it away from the battery compartment.
6.Insert the new Lawn Mower Battery and connect the wires to the battery terminals. For safety connect the positive wire with the battery terminal (The positive side is always the red wire and red terminal of the battery).
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