Scotty, did you know that Toyota sells a “lifetime” battery? Apparently as long as you own the car if the battery goes bad they’ll replace it free. I was told it was 200 dollars.

Jbates

Scotty, did you know that Toyota sells a “lifetime” battery? Apparently as long as you own the car if the battery goes bad they’ll replace it free. I was told it was 200 dollars.

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Storch4
Storch4

Also, AZ will check your battery and charging system for free and if you are all thumbs, they will put it in for you.

Storch4
Storch4

If you live in a hot or cold climate, buy the best battery you can. Batteries always croak in cold or hot weather. You don't want to be stranded on a 5 below day with a dead battery!

Storch4
Storch4

My Yaris original battery went in 5 years. Nothing to cry over. Went to AZ down the road and got a new one. Make sure the replacement has the right amperage for the vehicle. The folks at my AZ look it up for you. Easy stuff to do on your own.

Storch4
Storch4

Lifetime means 3-5 years. Go to Auto Zone and get a battery. Check the born on date and make sure it's a fresh one. A lot cheaper than the dealer. No battery I know of lasts forever. It's chemistry and physics. When you replace the battery, buy the felt washers for the terminals. Always buy batteries from stores that sell a good quantity of them. The inventory is always moving and you can get fresher batteries. For we average folks, this is the way to go. Not buying some 200 buck cockamamie battery that offers nothing from the pick pocket dealer.

Techsus
Techsus

Should've bought one for the 1991 Toyota Pickup I bought new. And still own. !!! Would've made out like a bandit. Although I did get 9-years out of one battery for it.