What is an 054 battery?

What is an 054 battery?

054 car batteries are produced in traditional WET, EFB and AGM techniology types. Wet batteries are used on cars that are not fitted with start-stop technology (where the engine stops itself at junctions). EFB batteries are used on standard vehicles that are fitted with stop-start (Vauxhall, Ford etc).

What do car battery codes mean?

Date Code: Most batteries have a date code, usually a long string of numbers and letters that show when the battery was purchased. One row of one- or two-letter codes indicates the month, the other row of numbers is the last digit of the year.

What does 096 mean on car battery?

You may find that your existing battery is printed with the UK part number. In most cases this is a three digit code such as ‘063′ or ‘096′. If you have this code then you have everything that you need in order to purchase a replacement battery.

Where do I find my battery code?

If there is no date sticker, the battery will have a strip, engraving, or heat stamp with a decipherable alphanumeric code. Typically found on the battery cover and sometimes on the battery itself, this code can be several characters long, giving the date information in the first two characters in the sequence.

What battery do I need for my Honda Jazz?

Our Customers Have Previously Fitted…

Previous Customer’s Model Battery
Honda jazz 1.2 Petrol 2008 054
Honda Jazz 1.3 i Petrol 2009 054
Honda Jazz 1.4 Petrol 2015 054
Honda Jazz Petrol 054

What holds a car battery in place?

Maybe you have a different name for it — base clamp, brace, “that thing that keeps my battery secure.” Whatever you call it, the battery hold-down keeps your battery from moving as your car goes up and down hills, around corners and through quick starts and panic stops.

How do I read my car battery rating?

Understanding the specifications

  1. 1st digit – Voltage. 1-2 = 6 Volt Battery. 5-7 = 12 Volt Battery.
  2. 2nd & 3rd digits – Nominal capacity. 560 = 60Ah @ 20 hour rate. 660 = 160Ah @ 20 hour rate.
  3. 4th & 5th digits – The unique code number referencing battery performance and features.

What does N70 battery mean?

N70. Type of rechargeable battery that supplies electric energy to an automobile. An automotive SLI battery(starting, lighting, and ignition) powers the starter motor, lights, and ignition system of a vehicle’s engine.

Is it OK to put a bigger battery in your car?

As long as the battery will physically fit in the battery box, the cables connect and the hold down hardware can be made to fit you will be fine. Larger batteries have more reserve capacity.

Is the positive terminal on the left or right?

Some batteries sizes are available with terminals in many different configurations, but two main configurations are: positive on left and negative on the right corner. negative on the left and positive on the right corner.

How old is my battery by serial number?

You will often find the manufacture date hot stamped onto the side of the battery as a code. Unfortunately, there is no standard code, but the first two digits usually show the manufacture date. As with the round sticker above, a letter will indicate the month, while the number represents the year.

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