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Need new battery. what volt battery to buy - 2004 Toyota Highlander

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All modern vehicles (except hybrid) have 12 volt batterys ,
6 cells @ 2 volts each .
There are different group sizes , for different vehicles ,
and fitment , but all are 12 volts , except as stated above.

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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