Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Just had my battery tested today on my 2004 Honda CRV. Its now a bit over four years old, and I bought this car new in 2004. I was told by my mechanic that its starting to go bad. Probably on the first very cold day, it just may not start up. So, with that info I decided to find out what would be the very best battery for my Honda.But, I can't spend over $100 dollars on the battery. So, that limits me quite a lot, I know..
I'd appreciate any info.
Well your best bet is to call your local parts store like advance auto parts or autozone and ask them what battery they have thats in your price range. Me my self I like the Titanium Battery that Advance auto parts carry thats what I have in my jeep they are good strong batterys but I dont know if they make them for your Honda but you can call them and they will tell you if they do or not but its always smart to call around and get prices between batterys and to find one with good cold cracking amps
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