How do I find my car battery size?

My car has been slow to start recently. I think it may be time to change my battery. How would I find my car battery size?

Good question! A car that’s slow to start could indicate battery issues, which may leave you in need of a jumpstart. To find the size of your car battery, consult the ‘battery’ section of your owner’s manual.
As a quick reference, here are some common battery sizes: GM Vehicles: Size 75 Larger Ford and Lincoln vehicles: Size 65 Honda, Toyota, and Nissan vehicles: Size 34
If you can’t find your battery size or your owner’s manual, visit your local auto repair shop or retail store. They can help you find the right size and battery for your car.
Even though you’re working on getting your battery replaced, it never hurts to have a roadside assistance membership with Jerry.
Jerry’s membership provides you with industry-leading roadside assistance, including benefits like towing, lockout service, and a mechanics hotline. To find out if you’re eligible, you can check the app or call one of our friendly agents. You may qualify for a special rate of $50 for your first year!
Matthew Macgugan
Answered on Nov 17, 2021

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