my battery in my 2007 altima is origanal, when should i replace it??

Asked by Sep 14, 2014 at 02:04 PM about the 2007 Nissan Altima 2.5

Question type: General

how long does a car battery last usually??

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5 years is a reasonable life-span for a quality battery. If it's a Wal-Mart Chinese crap. far less Your Altima I am sure came with a good one, you can replace it or it could strand you at the worst time when you least expect it. I don't mean run out and buy one today. Just keep in mind

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There are other factors. It has only X-number of start/charge cycles. If the car has a history of short trips, to the grocery store, off, start, home, and not a lot of highway driving will shorten it's life span

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New car GM batteries are only rated at 3 years. Yours is 7, so I'd replace it before cold weather hits. You're already on borrowed time! As Fordnut said, buy a good one. HTH. -Jim

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