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So I got a little problem. Shipping the car overseas tomorrow and was told that car will need to have battery disconnected.
Problem is, I have loaded up the whole car all the way up to the roof with my belongings, seats folded (4 hours worth of work) and no access to the trunk battery now :(

Any way to disconnect the battery somehow in the front or pulling a fuse in the front? Thank you for any tips!
 

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Haha I would do that, but it's the staff that has to drive the car onto the ship first and then when it is loaded they need to disconnect it, wondering if the remote positive port could be unscrewed somehow 🤔
 

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Disconnecting at the front will not get everything since these cars have 2 fuse boxes. The circuits at the back will still have power to them.
 
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