Lexus GS350 (2015) – New Battery Install

Lexus GS350 (2015) – New Battery Install

Learn how to install a new battery in a Lexus GS350. We’ll show you how to replace/change/remove with simple tips and tricks to help get you started!

Tool List: 10mm wrench, flathead screwdriver

The 12 volt battery in this 2015 Lexus GS350 is located under the hood. Although this video may provide you with the basic procedures, we recommend that you check with the vehicle manufacture’s step by step procedures found in service/repair manuals for the vehicle you are working on.

Even if your vehicle did not come with an AGM battery, you can upgrade to an AGM battery for up to 2x the life. AGM can be found at most retail outlets. You can learn more about AGM here:

The use of a memory saving procedure will keep the memory alive on the vehicle’s computer during the battery replacement procedure. Referring to our Memory Saving video will provide you with various memory saving procedures that can be used according to vehicle manufacturer’s requirements.

Some late model vehicles must have the 12 volt battery registered with the vehicle’s Battery Control Module or Computer after replacement. See these videos on Battery registration and coding for more details on the procedures at &

Always wear safety glasses and gloves when working with or near batteries.



XLoDzX says:

Lol I just did this on the weekend and didn't even bother with those clips. I just slid the cover off the top and kept it to the right then reinstalled the new battery.

Mark Vahlkamp says:

I noticed they replace the old Panasonic battery with a new one. It’s not like they are easily accessible to purchase. And they’re expensive as hell, probably around $1100.

High Winner says:

Those retainer clips were painful to take off! I had to do what Thomas mentioned about the higher retainer clip. I had to apply a significant amount of force when I twisted it. Yeah, I'm not sure if the higher retainer clip is even needed like Paulo mentioned!

Thomas Donovan says:

Took me an extra 20+ minutes to get those retainer clips off. The bottom one required 2 flat screwdrivers one to slightly pry up the plastic retainer and the second one to push the two apart. There is a small barb on the metal part of the housing. The video does an OK job on showing that part. The higher retainers were removed by inserting a flathead screwdriver in a small slot where the two clips meet. I then rotated the screwdriver to release the latching mechanism. The video does not show this, and it makes it look like you just pry them apart which is not the case.

omr says:

Every time i replace my battery then memory goes

omr says:

What's memory saver?

Paulo Heaven says:

It was nearly impossible to open those freaken retainer clips and thus remove the battery. As I spent more than half an hour trying to open them, I won't be putting the cover back in the future. The cables stay so tight by themselves that really, they could have done without from the beginning.

Frank E. says:

could not get the retainers off. could you help me out with what you did. I saw you stick the flathead in there not exactly sure what you did to open it. I don't wanna break the retainer. help..

Lift It says:

How does the battery cover just come off like that for you??

mikej791 says:

Good video, I think the cable retainers are pointless

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