EverStart Maxx Lead Acid Automotive Battery, Group Size 34N

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Walmart #: 001043315
EverStart Maxx Lead Acid Automotive Battery, Group Size 34N
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  • 3 years free replacement warranty
  • Cold Cranking Amps: 800
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  • Specifications

    Battery Type: Lead Acid
    Model No.: MAXX-34N
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 46.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 10.2 x 6.8 x 7.9
    Walmart No.: 1043315
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    Customer Reviews | 12 reviews | 2.8 out of 5

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    Failed at 18 months, not ill-used
    2/12/2014

    Customer review by OliverStreet

    1.0 stars 2/12/2014 by OliverStreet
    by OliverStreet

    This battery was purchased 7/12 to replace a Mopar original battery from 2004 that had outlasted any reasonable expectations, so on the general principle that nothing lasts forever it was retired to sit on a trickle charger in the garage and an old spare boat battery was turned in to buy the new car battery. In the same vehicle, under the same operating conditions this Everstart Maxx battery has lasted exactly 19 months. It has a shorted cell and won't hold a full charge and goes 2v low almost instantly. It's a little irritating that I've had to reinstall the 10 year old Mopar battery to drive to Walmart to exchange the new Eversmart Maxx battery. You'd think that the premium price would have included the better structure and chemistry that keeps PbS crystals from forming and shorting out the plates so quickly. Well, I'm just hoping they've gotten tired of making free exchanges and improved the product in the last year and a half, but I wouldn't recommend what I bought to anyone.

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    OliverStreet
    Boston, MA
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    2 years then dead
    8/24/2015

    Customer review by DDOUBLE2

    1.0 stars 8/24/2015 by DDOUBLE2
    by DDOUBLE2

    The battery was almost 2 years old. Went out to start the car and nothing but click click click. Put the battery charger on it and it started the car. The next morning click click click - wouldn't start the car. This is August, it doesn't take a lot of energy to start a 3 ltr engine in hot weather. I couldn't believe the battery was the problem so I installed an old boat battery in the car (which worked fine for the past week and bought a battery tester to check the walmart battery. After a full charge it tested weak, the following morning it tested bad. I've never had a top of the line, heavy duty battery go bad in two years (or any battery for that matter). Especially a heavy duty battery in a light duty application. Now I find walmart is out of stock. Been waiting a week still out of stock, good thing I had an old boat battery. Nothing worse than having a defective product and no available replacement. Walmart is not the place to buy anything you might need replaced (under warranty) in a hurry!!!

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    DDOUBLE2
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Still going strong!!!
    1/3/2016

    Customer review by TheSmugOne

    4.0 stars 1/3/2016 by TheSmugOne
    by TheSmugOne

    I bought this battery on 3/22/2014 to replace a stock GM battery and it's still going strong.I haven't had any problems yet.

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    TheSmugOne
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    I had two of this model battery fail.
    10/3/2013

    Customer review by tjbsr2

    1.0 stars 10/3/2013 by tjbsr2
    by tjbsr2

    My first maxx 34n failed in about 2 years. It was replaced with the same model under warranty. The second battery failed in two years and was not covered under warranty because the origional battery was purchased 4 years prior. I am 62 years old and have purchased many batteries. In my experience, even inexpensive batteries will last at least 3 years. I ended up purchasing a different brand of battery.

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    tjbsr2
    Omaha, Ne
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Three batteries in less than a year
    12/18/2013

    Customer review by cjzam

    1.0 stars 12/18/2013 by cjzam
    by cjzam

    Worst battery ever! Not pleasnt having to run into Walmart at 10 o'clock at night to trade in one piece of junk battery for another. I would not recommend this model, it's burned me too many times. Even though they consistently have replaced this under warranty it doesn't matter. The battery does not have enough cranking power. I had it measured and the battery loses it's power quickly. Don't know if they made a bad batch but every one of these failed. Bought an Interstate (which was $100 more ) and never had a problem.

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    cjzam
    Cranford, NJ
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    by Bikeroldman 4/2/2012
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    • A. The short answer is probably 1,000, but there is no such thing as "standard cranking amps", so a long answer follows... CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) is tested at 0°F. CA (Cranking Amps) or MCA (Marine Cranking Amps) is tested at 32°F HCA (Hot Cranking Amps) is tested at 80°F All the brands and model of lead and sulfuric acid wet cell batteries are temperature limited in the same way, and the temperature performance is similar enough to predict the CCA, MCA, or HCA from any one of them. MCA is typically 125% of CCA HCA is typically 143% of CCA A previous answer wisely recommends fully charging a battery before installing it, but the caution that not doing so will damage your vehicle's charging system is not needed because you wouldn't be able to start the car using a battery that badly depleted.
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    • A. CCA is the amp output a 0 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the standard test tempature for automotive batteries. Manufactures have a minimun CCA for their vehicles that the battery must put out for proper operation and battery life! CA is the amp output at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. (use CCA). Always fully charge even a NEW battery before installation. Chagring system damage could result by installing a battery that is NOT fully charged. Always test charging system with a fully charged battery for accurate results. Always check belts, pullies and belt tensioners for proper operation. A slipping belt CAN cause a charing system test failure!
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