Duracell Automotive Battery - Group Size 35
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- 12V automotive battery
- For passenger cars, light trucks and vans
- Designed to withstand extreme weather conditions
- Durable and long-lasting
- Duracell 35 Car Battery
If you are a discriminating driver, you demand excellence from your automotive battery. Duracell Automotive Battery - Group Size 35, as part of an ultimate line of advanced-generation batteries, built with maintenance-free design, ultra-premium performance and all-weather starting protection, will suit the bill.
Why Choose a Duracell Automotive Battery - Group Size 35?
You can depend on the Duracell 35 car battery to deliver dependable power. It's the best automotive battery for extreme conditions, thanks to its built-in durability. When it's too hot or too cold outside, ordinary batteries can fail, but Duracell car batteries provide optimized starting power and an extended battery life. With new car manufacturer requirements, the next generation of cars, LTVs, APVs, SUVs are requiring more and more from their batteries. The Duracell auto battery offers the ultimate high-powered solutions.
Battery Details for the Duracell Automotive Battery - Group Size 35
- Battery electrolyte composition: Acid
- Battery end type: Top post
- Battery purpose: Starting lighting instrumentation
- BCI group size: 35
- CA at 32 degrees F: 785
- CCA at 0 degrees F: 640
- Freight class: 65
- Polarity: Right positive
- Reserve capacity: 95
- Terminal type:DIN
- Volts: 12
What Should You Remember When Installing the Duracell Automotive Battery?
To safely fit or remove a Duracell auto battery, first switch off the engine and everything in the vehicle that uses power. Pay attention to your tools, keeping them out of the way, so that none of them can accidentally create a short circuit. To remove the original battery, first disconnect the negative (-) terminal, and then disconnect the positive (+) terminal. Clean the empty battery compartment before fitting the new battery.
Fit the Duracell car battery into the compartment and make sure it is secured tightly. Clean both terminals, as well as the battery clips, and lubricate them lightly with acid-free grease. To connect the new battery, first connect the positive (+) terminal and then the negative (-) terminal. Make sure the clips are secured.