Yesterday, I bought a new battery and installed it into my z. (First step towards putting it on the road). I noticed that the old one had a small 90 degree elbow in a drain hole at the top side of the battery. I removed this when taking the old battery out so it didn't break (remember I said this). It had a drain tube attached to it. I bought the new battery and returned the old one (core) at the same time. When installing the new one, I first inserted the tube (elbow) into the drain hole since this tube was inserted into the face closest to the firewall and I thought it best to insert the tube before placing the battery in the car as it was easy to do at that time rather than to try to work getting it in with only a small space between the firewall and the battery. As usual, I get into trouble when I "think". When I inserted this tube or elbow, as I lowered the heavy battery into its compartment, it came into contact with the firewall and snapped the tube in half. Wonderful!. I can buy another tube like this at the auto store. I must not forget about it because a small hose attaches to it to provide a drain for excess battery fluid. I don't want to corrode the car. Then............ I said to the wife, jump in and we'll take a ride around the block. I can't go much further since I don't have it insured yet. I got in the car and went to unlock her side. First I looked for a door lock switch to unlock her side. Can't find one. No door lock switch??????????? No problem. I'll just reach over and open her door from the inside. OH YEAH???????????????????? When I pulled the door handle, the door lock popped up but snapped back down as soon as I let it go. Tried it several times. Same result. How can you not be able to unlock a door from the inside by opening the handle? I've never seen this in any car in my life. I had to roll down her window, take the keys out of the ignition, hand them to her, and have her unlock the door from the outside with the key. What a joke!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AM I MISSING SOMETHING??????????????