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Old 11 Sep 2009, 01:00 pm
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Default Help! Battery for Honda Civic 1.4iS 90CV

Hello,
i've got a problem. I need to change the battery of my Honda Civic 1.4iS
90CV, built in 1999. I'm not able to understand what kind of battery it is,
nothing written on it.... (only Yuma).
So i've found a BOSCH tha has the same size, but i still don't know the
Ampères. Can anybody help me? Are 45A enough? Or do i need more power?

thanxs

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Old 11 Sep 2009, 01:05 pm
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Default Re: Help! Battery for Honda Civic 1.4iS 90CV

"ullim" <dataflux@virgilio.it> wrote in message
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> Hello,
> i've got a problem. I need to change the battery of my Honda Civic 1.4iS
> 90CV, built in 1999. I'm not able to understand what kind of battery it
> is, nothing written on it.... (only Yuma).
> So i've found a BOSCH tha has the same size, but i still don't know the
> Ampères. Can anybody help me? Are 45A enough? Or do i need more power?



Autoparts store should be able to look it up my vehicle
year/make/model/trim. At least that's how it works here in the states.
Should be similar in Europe.

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Old 12 Sep 2009, 01:56 am
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Default Re: Help! Battery for Honda Civic 1.4iS 90CV

> Autoparts store should be able to look it up my vehicle
> year/make/model/trim. At least that's how it works here in the states.
> Should be similar in Europe.


You're right, but unfortunately the guys at the Honda autoparts store in my
town have closed until monday, and i need the battery now
So looking at he bosch-website i've found that for my car i need this part:
BOSCH S4 -23 , 45Ah

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Old 12 Sep 2009, 10:05 am
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"ullim" <dataflux@virgilio.it> wrote in message
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>> Autoparts store should be able to look it up my vehicle
>> year/make/model/trim. At least that's how it works here in the
>> states. Should be similar in Europe.

>
> You're right, but unfortunately the guys at the Honda autoparts
> store in my town have closed until monday, and i need the battery
> now
> So looking at he bosch-website i've found that for my car i need
> this part:
> BOSCH S4 -23 , 45Ah

You can go into any store that offers car batteries and look up what
will fit your vehicle yourself.


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