I worked over an hour trying to remove the Prowler Battery. Maybe I should have looked at my manual or got on here & asked first...but I didn't. It was not staying charged..but showed a full charge. Indication of not enough electrolyte in battery. I first thought ..just take the top off under the seat. Didn't work. Took more crap loose. No. Unbolted whole battery box. Then I noticed on back of batter box..a door with bolt on it. I took the plastic loose infront of rear tire. It still wasn't so easy, but I got it. Sure is a sorry design to reach a battery far as I'm concerned. My friend has a Polaris Ranger & thier a piece of cake to get at battery my friend tells me. Also, after looking under the Prowler, AC should have put in mud flaps or something to keep mud & debris from getting into the bottome of skid plates. Also, what is it with all those square holes for mud & crap to get in. You know, the tubeing ends of the frame. Looks like AC should have covered them with something. There's a place that builds trailers here & I've noticed they have a lot of different size square tubing end caps & inserts. I'll be picking up enough to cover every square hole I find. I'll post pics when I get it done.