2002 Honda Accord Car Battery
If your 2002 Honda Accord isn't starting as well as it used to, or you have trouble with your headlights, your windows, or other power accessories, you could have a failing battery. The battery in your car is responsible for supplying power to the starter motor and other accessories in your car. If you have these issues, you can get a replacement that fits from AutoZone, and for a great price too.
2002 Honda Accord Battery Size
If you're shopping for a battery for a 2002 Honda Accord, you want group sizes 24, 26, 34, or 35 and the same or greater cold-cranking amps as the original. If you aren't sure which size fits your car, look for a group size indicator on the top of your current battery. You can find a fitting battery using the AutoZone search tool and inputting the year, make, model, and engine size of your vehicle.
Symptoms of a Bad Battery
If you have a faulty 2002 Honda Accord battery, you'll notice key symptoms. The most obvious is that your CRV will start slow or won't start at all. You may also see a battery indicator light, and your battery could develop a bulge in the case. It's also possible that electronics like the lights and windows won't work properly any longer.
To replace the battery, lift the hood of your car and remove the negative and then the positive battery cables, then unbolt any bracket or mount before pulling the battery. Set the replacement down in its place, bolt it in and then attach the positive then the negative battery cables.
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