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Forgot what video brought me here but I wish you cleaned out the battery area of dirt and corrosion, as well as sanded and panted the hold down bracket.
Why did you connect the positive cable first and the negative cable last after you put the new battery in?
Good grief.I used to bitch about GM engineering of that era? Whoever thought up the battery hold down on these Subies should be held down and tickled until they poop themselves!
Oh the poor cameraman, not only is he a bit under the weather, the star is a bit of a diva too! LOL! Excellent tutorial, and yes, having a problem was helpful in knowing what to avoid!
Informative. I sad faced when you dissed your daughter.
Helped encourage me with putting in a new battery in my Subaru
My Outback has eyelets that are attached to the cables. Where do those go?
Awesome! Thank you! My problem was the bracket nuts as I had to lubricate them and then find vice grips! These were all rusted. 8 year old battery. Thanks for focusing on those rusted nuts. They were hard to get to with out the vice grips! Now I have a pair of those! ( :
Thanks for the tutorial! As a single mom, it was super instructional and helped me change my own battery for the first time all by myself! :) Also, great job including your own son in the process. nice to see a dad taking time to teach his son things he ll need later in life.
I just want to point out that when doing this job it s a good idea to take your wedding ring off. Seen a few people get a nasty burn around their ring finger because it grazed a battery terminal. Great video tho!
As I had to do it with my car, I still don t understand the purpose of the plastic tray under the battery. It is not holding anything and the actual metal tray does not have edges, so tying down the battery without that plastic thingie would change absolutely nothing.
Great video! I hope you gave your son a pat on the back for excellent camera work! Also super cute when he says she s a camerawoman, that was precious :):):)
Thanks buddy! I couldn t find that button for the life of me.
Having just spent a decent amount of time out with my subaru unsuccessfully attempting to remedy a supposed battery problem, this video of Scott and his son was helpful and pretty hilarious! Thanks
Thanks man, this was a huge help
Nice Video, exactly what I needed, I have the same car and was stuck trying to change the battery of my subaru forester 98