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post #1 of 7 Old 11-22-2017, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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'07 Versa Battery

Hello,

I am looking to replace the battery in my 07' Versa S (without CVT tran)
After checking online and talking to many, I still haven't got a definitive answer in terms of which one is right, but looks like I should be looking at the 51R or T5 battery.

Recommendations?

TIA
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post #2 of 7 Old 11-22-2017, 10:28 PM
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Im for the larger capacity battery myself. Walmart is just as good as any of the others out there.
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post #4 of 7 Old 11-26-2017, 07:25 AM
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Take a tape measure and measure yours. Smaller is 51, the bigger is a 42 IIRC. They are not interchangeable, the bigger one wl not fit into the smaller battery tray.
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Its my experience with a lot of small cars that take a smaller starter battery that they suggest the group 51 as its the smallest next to the lawn tractor battery most stores sells. If you want the same small oem battery you need to visit a car dealer.

On top of measurements length and width make a note which side the Red and Black cables are on. The R in the battery size means the terminals are reversed.
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If you want the same small oem battery you need to visit a car dealer.
As far as I know usually car manufacturers do not make their own car batteries, oil, etc. OEM batteries (at least the ones you can buy at dealerships as a replacement) are relabeled solid battery brands like Interstate and such. Ask folks at dealership part departments.
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No, no they do not manufacture starter batteries. I mean the size. For example my honda insight took a 28 amp hour battery and those arent sold at advance auto, auto zone, pep boys, etc. A group 51 will fit and work and is usually recommended outside the dealer.
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