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Old 19 Mar 2015, 01:07 pm
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Default my battery rated at 410 CCA (cold cranking amps)

Three weeks ago the Honda dealer gave me my "Battery Results", which said my battery was rated at 410 CCA (cold cranking amps) @ 12.63V. Does this suggest an imminent battery replacement . . . . for a 2010 Civic LX 4 door?
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