If you have got a battery problem, AutoZone is here to help. Order online for pickup or delivery, or visit a store, where we’ll help identify the right issue with free testing and charging. If you need a new battery, we have quality options from Duralast and other national brands.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Should I bring in my old battery when buying a new one?
Absolutely. We provide a core credit for old batteries that will be discounted from the cost of your new battery.
What are cranking amps (CA) and cold cranking amps (CCA)?
Cranking Amps and Cold Cranking Amps refer to amount of power a battery can deliver, commonly to start a vehicle in varying conditions. Also referred to as starting power, measurements of cranking amps and cold cranking amps determine a battery's ability to go from not in use to providing a lot of power quickly.
How do I know if I’m having a battery issue or if my battery is dead?
Slow, low starts, or no start at all is a typical indicator. You may also notice the battery light on, dim headlights, or a clicking noise when you try to start the vehicle.
What is reserve capacity?
Reserve Capacity refers to the amount of reserve power a battery contains. Measurements of reserve capacity determine how long a battery will maintain an adequate voltage before becoming discharged.
*The NPD Group, Inc. / Checkout Automotive Tracking, 12 months ending December 2021
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