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The correct battery size for your vehicle is the "35" case size. Try to get a battery that has at least 600 CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) with a three-year "free exchange" period. Your local auto supply stores should have this battery for about 90 bucks, give or take. Always match the original battery to the new one (note polarity position, for example). Some vehicles assembled in Canada are given optional batteries (usually slightly larger in size) for handling extreme cold conditions.
If possible, install a memory-saver before disconnecting the old battery to preserve radio presets (and anti-theft codes) as well as ECU data.
After installing the new battery, have the charging system checked to ensure that the alternator is charging properly.
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Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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