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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 21-08-2020, 17:06 Thread Starter
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Hi Guys,
I have just taken the plunge and purchased a Joint J156 motorhome which is in great condition, however the leisure battery is dead and I was looking for some help. The van is a Peugot boxer 2007 and the battery is under the driver seat and I cant figure out how to remove it. I would welcome any help.
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Sadly Ken I think you have to remove the seat and runners complete. Usually four Allen screws.

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And if it's anything like the Ford transit it'll be very heavy n awkward - I watched someone else do it!

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Leisure batteries are normally under the passengers seat.....please check you are correct.....presumably the vehicle battery is under the bonnet?
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ok both my leisure batterys mine are there too you must remove the seat and the swivel if fitted access is then through the top but beware of the seat belt tension electric cable under the seat ..mine has a yellow plug in the right front corner of the seat base ..Warning do not turn the ignition on at any time whilst removing the seat

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