Well played, sir....well played.:notworthy
Doesn't matter, they are pretty much all made by Johnson Controls, same people that make Die Hard, Interstate and a bunch of OEM's like Toyota, Honda, Mazda etc etc. Just make sure its a fresh manufacture date.And what brand battery did you get from AutoZone?
i recall you must switch to the V6 battery trayit just fit right in there? from my understanding there is a little tweeking you need to do before it fits?
not only that, others have said you need a bigger cover and a thicker negative cable? if it really fits right in without all that I'm going to go do this tomorrowi recall you must switch to the V6 battery tray
thicker cable to get the full benefit of the juice.not only that, others have said you need a bigger cover and a thicker negative cable? if it really fits right in without all that I'm going to go do this tomorrow
so your battery isn't being held down by anything?The plastic battery tray and cover is too small but the base is same size for V6 or I4. I might buy those 2 items but I sure they are not needed. I might even cut the battery cover and just slide it on either side of the battery. I could probably tweak the tray too. Also the hold down piece has a little tab the holds the smaller battery. I just used the wrench to bend the tab back.
I'll pick up a negative cable next time I'm out.
As for the $10, it's life. I thought the guy was joking but he had his hands out before he even popped the hood. I guess it's better than those people who tell you that there is no battery in their car.
Correct. The bracket is wide enough and the J-hooks are just long enough. They were a pain to catch in the dark though.There would be a bracket going across the top of the battery with two J hook threaded rods holding the bracket down which holds the battery down.