Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Kitchener Ontario
Mentioned: 39 Post(s)
Ahh, kind of funny, I go out into my garage and look at my 2015, trying to figure out the problem, now that it has been posted, I added one of Eddies tricks, for future use.As to wiring, removing the main fuse or removing the positive battery terminal is all I ever do. I find the positive terminal is easier, take a plastic bag and slip over the connection cable and use a elastic or a couple wraps of tape, this covers the battery terminal , preventing accidental contact with your tools.
You can also use a coat hanger, bent in a U, slide it in on the positive end, slip it / work it / forward by lifting on the positive terminal, once past center , lift the battery out.