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I think I need a new battery...it ihas 9 life left,,,should it be 12? Time for a new battery?

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    Like a cat with 9 lives ?
    Think you mean volts
    Try charging it

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Getting about that time,

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I need a new battery for my 1986 Oldsmobile ninety-eight regancy sedan. fully loaded. what type of battery would i need?


Attributes Battery BCI # : 75
Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
Battery Height : 7 1/4"
Battery Length : 9 3/4"
Battery Posts Type : Side Post
Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
Battery Voltage : 12 volt
Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
Battery Width : 7"
Wet or Dry : Wet
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Attributes Battery BCI # : 75
Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
Battery Height : 7 1/4"
Battery Length : 9 3/4"
Battery Posts Type : Side Post
Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
Battery Voltage : 12 volt
Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
Battery Width : 7"
Wet or Dry : Wet
Attributes Battery BCI # : 75
Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
Battery Height : 7 1/4"
Battery Length : 9 3/4"
Battery Posts Type : Side Post
Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
Battery Voltage : 12 volt
Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
Battery Width : 7"
Wet or Dry : Wet
Battery BCI # : 75
Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
Battery Height : 7 1/4"
Battery Length : 9 3/4"
Battery Posts Type : Side Post
Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
Battery Voltage : 12 volt
Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
Battery Width : 7"
Wet or Dry : Wet

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I have a srt8 chrysler 300c i went to loook at my meter gauge and it went from a 12 to a 9 and the dash lights and speedometer went out i left the car running after a jump and dissconeected the battery and...


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MY car is having the same problem. I


no take it out go to a part store and buy a 12 volt cars use 12 volt batteries not 9 unless it is a lawn mower or a motor cycle in the shape of a car just joking about making fun but really hey take 12 volt batteries

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hi.there...i hope it's not too late to give you solution about your problem....
after i reading your problem i think the main problem is at your battery car condition...did you know every battery car have a life time even if you use a dry cell battery... if you already try to recharge it twice but it's only work only for two or three days..that's mean you must replace the battery with the new one.. just make sure when your repalce with new battery it must same type with the factory recomenned (ex: NS 70 ZL or else ).
after your replace with new battery car with new one you can add car stereo tape that what you want but still you must be carefully with cable installation.just give it to the expert one.
the life time for the car battery is usually (if you use standart application) is about 1- 2 years. more longer if you use dry cell battery the life time is around 3 yaers but the price is more expensive for the dry cell battery....

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Where is the starter located and what tool are required to remove


you have to look with a flash light depending on the vehicle, go under the vehicle and look left to the right of the bottom of the engine and you should see a elongated part no bigger than 12 inches(smaller) and it will have no more than three wires with a smaller cylinder attacked to it. most of the time there will be 3 bolts or nuts holding it on. tools= socket set; standard for domestic vehicles and metric for import vehicles, open end wrenches and wire cutters(just in case). most of the time on domestic cars you will use a size of 1/2 to 9/16 for you tools. start with disconnecting the battery then remove the starter. when putting the new one on just turn the teeth on the starter to line up with the wheel in the engine, you will see that when you remove the old starter. splice the new power wire if needed for the power, a new wire should come with the new starter if it is needed. hook the battery back up and enjoy!

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