Okay, I got it. Here is the info for those looking to remove the battery, which seems essential for running a power lead for an amplifier. If that's your motivation, you are looking for the grommet between the battery and the fuse box, about six inches down from the top of the engine compartment. (You'll need a wire snake, too.)
None of this information is guaranteed, and if you don't know what you're doing, I suggest you ask a qualified shop to do it. Remember, you're playing with enough current in an automobile battery to injure you seriously or even kill you. Obviously I take no responsibility for you or for the information in this post. But if you're crazy enough to try...
Remove the battery cover by pushing on the tab toward the front end that says "Push." It just lifts off.
Remove the two battery leads using a 10mm socket. Do NOT over-loosen, as the bolts contain stops for the nuts and you'll jam the nuts or strip the heads of the bolts.
The battery is surrounded by two items, a hard plastic "cage" and an insulating sleeve (which is inside the "cage"). Remove the front half of the cage by lifting straight up. It takes a little pressure -- not a lot -- because there are plastic tabs which snap in below. Then remove the rear half. They look very similar, so be sure to note which is front and which is rear. This will save you some grief when you go to reinstall them.
Finally, remove the insulating sleeve by lifting straight up. It also has a simple closure on one corner (in my case the front driver's side), but it seems like it doesn't matter where that goes.
Now you're looking at the bare battery. Look down the left (US passenger) side of the battery. At the bottom, 1-2 inches from the battery itself, is a 13mm bolt which holds a bracket to keep the battery from wobbling. You'll need an extension for your ratchet to remove this, as it's about 9-10 inches down.
REMOVE THIS BOLT CAREFULLY! If you drop it, you won't get it back without a trip to your local mechanic.
Once you lift the bolt out, you can remove the rectangular bracket by reaching down and sliding it out to the left. REMOVE THIS BRACKET CAREFULLY. If you drop it, you won't get it back without a trip to your local mechanic. Not that I'd know, of course. DAMMIT. DAMMIT. DAMMIT.
Once the bracket has fallen down into the pan -- er, I mean, once you lift the bracket out -- the battery is held with very slight tension by plastic clips on the right (US driver) bottom side. There is nothing to remove, but if you lift the battery straight up, you may break the clips. Instead, lift up gently on the left (US passenger) side of the battery first, and the right side should follow.
To reinstall, just reverse the order. The biggest pain is getting the two parts of the plastic cage back together, but the whole procedure is really just a five-minute shot. They key is the 13mm bolt and bracket under the battery.
Questions? Feel free to email me directly: braverman ... at ... earthlink ... dot ... net.