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Old 09-23-2006, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i need a new battery, what kind should my car take? and is there any place i can get it at tomorrow? thanks
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Any auto parts store would have it. I dont think the e36 one is any special.

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Duralast?

Consumer Report magazine just did a test on car batteries and they rated the AutoZone "Duralast" battery among the top three batteries available. So if you have an AutoZone in your town it might be worth looking at. Just make sure it's a euro style battery (group 48?) and has the vent tube connections so you can connect the vent tube and run it out the vent hole at the bottom of the wheelwell there under the battery in the trunk. If you don't you'll end up with battery fumes rotting out your trunk. Good luck.



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