Question about 1999 Lexus ES 300
I purchased a battery from Sears 2 years ago. I have had to go back to Sears twice times. Both times I was told by Sears that it was a bad battery. It is happening again. I only have 78,000 on my 1999 ES300. My mechanic thinks it is not the right battery. What is the proper battery??. If it is my car, what could it be???? The alternator was tested by Sears the last times. It was not the alternator according to Sears. My battery cables are new. Someone please help.
They probably had a series of batteries that were bad, and unfortunately, you got 2 of them. Take a credit (as it must still be under warranty) and get another one, or buy another brand. I don't think it has anything to do with your car.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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