R E P L A C E B A T T E R Y A N D R E T A I N E RS
( A L L E X C E P T M 1 0 6 A 2 A N D M 1 2 5 A 2)
This task covers:
Remove (page 13-16).
Clean, Inspect, and Repair (page 13-17).
Install (page 13-17).
General Mechanics Tool Kit (Item 30, App D)
Epoxy Coating Kit (Item 15, App C)
Sodium Bicarbonate (Item 55, App C)
See your -10
Equipment Conditions :
Engine stopped/shutdown (see your 10)
Carrier blocked (see your 10)
Ramp lowered (see your -10)
Battery ground lead disconnected (page 13-2)
Battery terminal lugs removed (page 13-10)
Remove bolt ( 1), washer (2), and clamp (3)
from two retainers (4).
Remove two nuts (5), washers (6), and
retainers (4) from two bolts (7).
Turn bolts (7) to align with slot in frame (8).
Remove bolts from frame.
Electrolyte and battery cor-
rosion can cause injury to
you. Wear safety goggles
and gloves. If electrolyte or
battery corrosion contacts
the eyes, skin, or clothing,
flush immediately with large amounts of
cold water. In case of eye or skin contact,
see a doctor immediately.
Battery is heavy and can
improperly. Be sure to have
assist to remove
battery. Battery weighs
about 75 lb (34 kg).
Be careful. Do not hit side of carrier. You
could crack the case. Set battery down
gently onto a board. Have helper assist.
4. Remove batteries (9) from battery box (10).
Lift battery by carrying handles built into