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    I had a factory fitted AGS battery in coure ECO model 2006. This has gone great for about 3.5 years but now seems to weaken a bit (seems to die occasionaly on second or third self).

    There is no additional load on battery except the security lock. What would be the best replacement?

    1-AGS (again?, donno if they still maintain same quality)
    2- Hankook dry battery ( which Ah would suit cuore?)
    3- Any other ?

    Please share your experience


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    @driver_guy
    bro im using a pair of 1600d mono block n a third 4chnl amp for my sterio system...thts y only i changed the alternator..
    the factory fited alternator is capable of chanrging a 60amp batey without any hassle!1
    Loaded with SQ setup

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    Hi just to share my experience with Hankook.

    I have used Hankook dry batter for two years. although i had to replace them every 12 months. I have experienced that after every 10-11 months the battery suddenly dies. I parked the car at night in the morning it was dead. And i had to jump start it. One one incident i drove the car to CNG pump, switched it off, got the gas filled and when tried to give ignition it just wont start.

    I discussed this with my mechanic (who is an automobile engineer) and he confirmed that in dry batteries sudden death is a common complaint.

    So now i have switched back to AGS - 50 Amps battery.

    Can anyone confirm similar findings with dry battery?

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    my uncle using dry battery in his cultus! I think it was osaka..
    suddenly battery going dead... after 6 month 2 days.. waranty expired just before 2 days..
    Pakistan <3

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