Thanks for the reply. I see on white plastic piece with a phillips pattern. Assuming that's vertical, what do you do for horizontal?IIRC access to headlight adjusting screws.
Haha, nope. Wait 'til you need to replace the battery. Much more difficult than it really needs to be, because Cadillac.Thanks. Nothing made easy.
Yup you have to take most of drivers side trunk liner out.Haha, nope. Wait 'til you need to replace the battery. Much more difficult than it really needs to be, because Cadillac.
The ATS also vents to battery through a small tube. Not sure where it leads, though.Thanks to all for the info. And yes, I've been wondering about the engineering decision to bury the battery so deep. As an aside question, is the battery vented in any way? On the BMW E39 i had prior to my ATS the battery was in the trunk under a very simple door and easy to get at. It was vented via a plastic tube to the right rear wheel well. E39's with defective right rear lighting suffered from corrosion caused by battery fumes rising from directly beneath the lighting assembly if the tube wasn't present or slipped off its connector.