The electrical requirements in a car are quite high and 2002 Honda Civic batteries
provide the reserve power to operate systems and start the motor when the engine is off. If you're having trouble getting your car running or you're noticing strange electrical symptoms, it could be a problem with the battery. It's usually a simple fix, and AutoZone has What It Takes To Do The Job Right with parts like your 2002 Honda Civic battery in stock.
2002 Honda Civic Battery Size
The right battery size must be purchased or there could be fitment issues. The battery terminals could be positioned opposite to your needs or the cranking amps could be insufficient. Or, the battery might simply be the wrong shape or size to fit in your car. For the correct height, length, and width, choose a battery designated as a Group 51 or a Group 28 that will work as an exact replacement.
Symptoms of a Bad Battery
Car batteries have a finite life, and most will last only three to five years. When the battery isn't working at its full capacity any longer, symptoms will begin to develop that can involve slow cranking, dim or flickering headlights, slow power windows, or electrical systems that stop working intermittently. You may also need to jump-start your car.
Replacement Cost for Honda Civic 2002 Battery
The battery for 2002 Honda Civic models is one of the repairs most people can do themselves, but it's also a fast repair for a mechanic. Labor costs are typically around a half hour. The battery itself will vary in price depending on the style, grade, and warranty you choose, ranging from around $90 to $300 or more.
Find parts that fit your car perfectly when you filter by year, make, model, and engine size to locate 2002 Honda Civic batteries, starting and charging
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