cadillac 2006–07 dts - Interstate Batteries

cadillac 2006–07 dts - Interstate Batteries
2006–07 DTS
Warning: Batteries produce explosive gases, contain corrosive acid, and
supply levels of electrical current high
enough to cause burns. Therefore, to reduce the risk of personal injury when
working near a battery: Always shield
your eyes and avoid leaning over the
battery whenever possible; Do not expose the battery to open flames or
sparks; do not allow the battery electrolyte to contact the eyes or skin; flush immediately
contacted areas with water, and get
medical help.
Warning: Unless directed otherwise,
the ignition and start switch must be in
the OFF or LOCK position, and all electrical loads must be OFF before servicing any electrical component. Disconnect the battery ground cable to
prevent an electrical spark should a
tool or equipment come in contact with
an exposed electrical terminal. Failure
to follow these precautions may result
in personal injury and/or damage to the
vehicle or its components.
For vehicles equipped with OnStar®
(UE1) with Back Up Battery, the back up
battery is a redundant power supply to
allow limited OnStar® functionality in the
event of a main vehicle battery power disruption to the VCIM (OnStar® module).
Do not disconnect the main vehicle battery or remove the OnStar® fuse with the
ignition key in any position other than
OFF. Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
should be allowed to time out or be disabled (simply opening the driver door
should disable RAP) before disconnecting
power. Disconnecting power to the
OnStar® module in any way while the
ignition is ON or with RAP activated may
cause activation of the OnStar® Back Up
Battery (BUB) system and will discharge
and permanently damage the BUB. Once
the BUB is activated, it will stay on until it
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Fig. 1 Rear seat cushion removal
has completely discharged. The BUB is
not rechargeable and, once activated, the
BUB must be replaced.
Fig. 2 Battery ground cable
11. Remove battery hold down retainer
bolt and retainer, Fig. 5.
12. Remove battery from vehicle.
1. Record radio anti-theft code and station presets.
2. Turn off all lamps and accessories.
3. Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
4. Remove rear seat cushion, Fig. 1.
5. Loosen battery ground cable bolt (2),
Fig. 2.
6. Disconnect battery ground cable from
7. Open battery positive cable cover (3)
and position aside, Fig. 3.
8. Loosen battery positive cable bolt (1),
Fig. 3.
9. Disconnect battery positive cable from
10. Remove battery vent tube from battery,
Fig. 4.
Clean any existing oxidation from the
contact face of the battery terminal and battery cable using a wire brush before installing the battery cable to the battery.
1. Install battery to vehicle, Fig. 5.
2. Install battery hold down retainer and
bolt, and torque bolt to 13 ft. lbs.
3. Install battery vent tube to battery,
Fig. 4. Ensure vent tube is properly
routed through floor pan grommet.
4. Connect battery positive cable (2) to
battery, Fig. 3. Torque battery cable
bolt to 13 ft. lbs.
5. Snap close battery positive cable
6. Connect battery ground cable (1) to
battery, Fig. 2. Torque battery cable
bolt to 13 ft. lbs.
7. Install rear seat cushion, Fig. 1.
8. Reset all preset and theft codes previously recorded to radio.
Fig. 3 Battery positive cable
Fig. 4 Battery vent tube removal
Fig. 5 Battery removal
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