I had a water incident with my wife's Macbook Pro. After drying the machine it would startup on power but the battery was toast. It said the battery needed replacing. Went through this battery replacement procedure - agree with the posts above that it's not as difficult as I was expecting based on the difficulty level.
Incidentally - after battery replacement the battery charged once then after that the machine wouldn't boot at all. I eventually went through this procedure a second time then removed the logic board and the i/o board and liberally cleaned both with a 99.9% isopropyl alcohol bath. Reassembled all the components and everything works great. I assume this was due to some residual water damage and the cleaning seemed to do the trick.
Kids got a new spill resistant chromebook new and the wife's Macbook Pro is happy again.
I found this connector to be very sticky - required more force than I was comfortable with but I managed to walk it out eventually.
Also found the rubber caps on the 4x2.7mm - didn't bother to replace the caps and didn't have any problems with them.
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