Can someone please tell me what amp battery I need for an 06 stratus 6cyl 550cca?

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Asked by Aug 18, 2013 at 09:14 PM about the 2006 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Need a new battery

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You'll need to purchase a 75 Series battery. I'd recommend one with at least 650 CCA .

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Thanks. I was about to get one with 550 CCA. how much difference does the amps make. I live in Northeast Alabama if the climate makes a difference.

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It might be OK, 550 would be the minimum I would go. What is the CCA of the replacement battery? You should match it. The reason I recommended the 650 is you usually get a better warranty and it's not much more in price.

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I don't know what battery is in the car now...being in the wheel well and all. don't wanna take it out til I get a new one. we only got the one car. Thanx again for your help.

get the 86 series if you have all the electronics stuff, power windows, sunroof, etc. if not get the 26 series.

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