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Old 03-24-2011, 10:12 AM
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Default Difference in battery size - 24F vs 35

Whats the difference with the size here? I have a choice of 24F with 700 CCA for $94.99 or a 35 with 640 CCA for $103.99.

I don't understand why the one witht he lower CCA is more expensive.
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The 24f is commonly used in toyota's and is a little bigger battery, the 35 is the standard xterra battery (I think) and is smaller than the 24f... Not sure why the price is like that?
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Old 03-24-2011, 10:25 AM
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By the way everyone - buy a battery at Sams Club, let your membership expire, and your battery warranty will no longer be valid! FU Sams Club!
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By the way everyone - buy a battery at Sams Club, let your membership expire, and your battery warranty will no longer be valid! FU Sams Club!
That sounds wrong. You still paid for the battery there so it should be covered. I would make a phone call to someone besides the kid behind the desk in the automotive section...
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That sounds wrong. You still paid for the battery there so it should be covered. I would make a phone call to someone besides the kid behind the desk in the automotive section...
Every bit of it is right. Even on tires with road hazard warranty. Let the membership drop? So does the road hazard. Extended warranty on that tv? Let the membership drop, and you better hope the factory warranty is still in effect because Sams extended one is now gone.
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fyi... if that is the one from advance auto, you can use the BIG35 coupon code (if it still works) and get that battery for around 65....

Thats what I just did and its a win in my book.
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fyi... if that is the one from advance auto, you can use the BIG35 coupon code (if it still works) and get that battery for around 65....

Thats what I just did and its a win in my book.
Thats the coupon i just found. I'm going to order it online witht he code and go pick the thing up.

To be fair to Sams - the policy is, they will replace or repair if the product is still under the "manufacturers warranty". All other extended warranties purchased through Sams are null and void if you let your membership expire. Just a heads up for anyone looking to buy that big screen of what not and get the extended warranty with it.
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fyi... if that is the one from advance auto, you can use the BIG35 coupon code (if it still works) and get that battery for around 65....

Thats what I just did and its a win in my book.
So which battery did you go with from them?
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So which battery did you go with from them?
the autocraft 24F.

fit right in, had a decent warranty, and had more cca than stock.
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Went home at lunch and put the charger on the battery. The truck started up immediately with the charger hooked to it, but I left the charger on the battery during lunch. Within an hour, the charger brought the battery back up to 100%.

Thinking about this, I remembered that I had that ECM relay replaced just 3 weeks ago. Could that dang thing cause the car to have no power at all? No interier lights, etc?
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