A few days ago while walking to my car at work a guy in a Chrysler 300 was trying to jump off a Ford Explorer and it was working. The guy in the Chrysler 300 says to the another guy maybe we should try it directly from the battery. Then, the guy in the 300 says my battery is in the trunk, . Now that got my attention. The guy pops his trunk, lifts the floor of his trunk with stuff of top on it and there it is, a battery. I told the guy in 300 don't go to all that trouble to move his stuff around in order to get jumper cables in there, I have a jumper box.
Which brings me to my question why in the world would Chrysler put the battery in the trunk ?
Now I know one of the Buick Sedans has the Battery under the rear seat which can be removed and replaced in a seconds because it works like sticking a memory card in a camera. However, the batttery in the 300 was a normal battery.
Is anyone else's battery in an odd location???