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Old 07-10-2006, 07:45 PM
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2001 ford escape battery replacement

Hey guys I have a dumb question but if someone could help me I would appreciate the advice. I am about to change the battery in my ford escape it had a 590cca in it I live in canada where it gets really cold and I found a battery the exact same size and everything only its a little bigger its a 650cca would doing this hurt anything like the vehicle or warranty or anything let me know thanks.
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HI Dawson... We may wanna move you over to the Escape forum...

But the question seems easy enough.. the 650cca should'nt be a problem.
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That battery size should be ok as long as it fits in the tray. Those few extra cranking amps will help with our cold Canadian winters.

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put the highest CCA battery that will fit, I am running a 1000CCA
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