Okay this is what I found: Removed old battery and had to remove one of the wires running to that contraption covering the positive post ( negative post was simple to get to ) so I could slide it forward in order to get the old battery out. To make things a bit easier I unfastened the air filter cover as well and pushed off to my left since it is rather tall in order to remove the battery. The battery bracket on top came off first but is rather self explanatory. Angled new battery in and reinstalled everything in reverse order from which I removed it. I then got in the vehicle, pushed the start button to bring up all my dash lights and then reset the BMS by pulling the bright lights flash lever five times and then pressing the brake peddle and releasing three times all within ten seconds. Battery light will already be lit when you start this process to reset and it will flash two or three times then go off completely. Drove around town for a few miles and auto start stop began functioning before I got home but not right away. Also transmission will shift a rough for a bit but this completely normal and will go back to regular performnce in a short time. I hope this might help others.