AC Delco 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800)

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ACDelco 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800) AC DELCO 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800)
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Product Title AC Delco 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800)
Manufacturer AC Delco
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Power Score 5 | 1 Review
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Delco 94 R-AGM Car Battery
5 Star Review   By member indoorflower - Jul 9, 2013   

I purchased a new 2005 Dodge Magnum 3.6L 250 hp car in Aug 2005. The basic battery under the hood was a Delco 94R-AGM (Absorption Glass Material) battery. This battery is still powering the car as of Aug 2013, for 8 solid years! And I still own the car. I never had a battery last more than 5 years. I keep my cars for about 10 years, so I am in the habit of checking the battery, and brake pads yearly. I am also an avid skier, driving out of the state for 3 to 6 hours, and I do not want to break down on the road. So as the car, battery, and break pads start getting old and wear, I measure them. The 8 year old battery was just tested in July, 2013 and the standing voltage is 12.26 volts, normal is 12.60. A table I found somewhere advises that at this12.2 standing volts, the battery in only at a 50% level. When starting the car, the starting voltage drops to 10.4 volts. I bought a 2009 Honda Accord brand new, and the battery just died last month. After only 4 years. The starting voltage was 9.5 volts when I replaced it with a new battery. Although I have been testing my Delco 94R battery for years, I only began recording the data in Aug, 2011. The starting voltage on Aug., 2011 was 10.50 volts, now on Aug 2013 it is 10.4. This is a lot of helpful data. But, I wish I could forecast when it will no longer start the car. I do not know that number, but I fear that the Delco 94R will not take me thru the 2014 winter. After all, it is 50 % dead at 12.2 standing volts, 10.4 starting volts. I would certainly buy another Delco 94R battery myself, and recommend a purchase to everyone. I just called my local Dodge dealership, they want $155 for it.

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ACDelco 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800) AC DELCO 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800)
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Product Title AC Delco 94RAGM Battery Asm Agm *cca 800)
Manufacturer AC Delco
Lowest Price $160.49 from Amazon.com
Power Score 5 | 1 Review
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Delco 94 R-AGM Car Battery
5 Star Review   By member indoorflower - Jul 9, 2013   

I purchased a new 2005 Dodge Magnum 3.6L 250 hp car in Aug 2005. The basic battery under the hood was a Delco 94R-AGM (Absorption Glass Material) battery. This battery is still powering the car as of Aug 2013, for 8 solid years! And I still own the car. I never had a battery last more than 5 years. I keep my cars for about 10 years, so I am in the habit of checking the battery, and brake pads yearly. I am also an avid skier, driving out of the state for 3 to 6 hours, and I do not want to break down on the road. So as the car, battery, and break pads start getting old and wear, I measure them. The 8 year old battery was just tested in July, 2013 and the standing voltage is 12.26 volts, normal is 12.60. A table I found somewhere advises that at this12.2 standing volts, the battery in only at a 50% level. When starting the car, the starting voltage drops to 10.4 volts. I bought a 2009 Honda Accord brand new, and the battery just died last month. After only 4 years. The starting voltage was 9.5 volts when I replaced it with a new battery. Although I have been testing my Delco 94R battery for years, I only began recording the data in Aug, 2011. The starting voltage on Aug., 2011 was 10.50 volts, now on Aug 2013 it is 10.4. This is a lot of helpful data. But, I wish I could forecast when it will no longer start the car. I do not know that number, but I fear that the Delco 94R will not take me thru the 2014 winter. After all, it is 50 % dead at 12.2 standing volts, 10.4 starting volts. I would certainly buy another Delco 94R battery myself, and recommend a purchase to everyone. I just called my local Dodge dealership, they want $155 for it.

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