- Check your spelling
- Use different keywords and try again
- Contact your local store
What should I look for in a battery?
Consider size, brand, reserve capacity and cold-cranking amps. Your owner's manual will tell you which size and brand you need. Reserve capacity (RC) refers to the amount of time a battery can run a car when the alternator or fan belt fails. You can usually find out how much reserve capacity a battery has in the product information. If you live in a cold climate, cold-cranking amps are important. They indicate the battery's ability to start your car when the engine is cold.
What battery size do particular brands need?
General Motors cars use size 75, large Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars use size 65, new model Honda, Nissan and Toyota cars use size 35 and most Chryslers use size 34.
Do batteries come with mounting hardware?
Most replacement car batteries only include mounting screws, not wire harness or other mounting accessories.