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If you are talking about getting it replaced under warranty, you need to take the car to your dealership and they will have to test it with the factory battery tester. I work at a GM dealership and when we warranty batteries, our tester sometimes needs to charge the batteries for up to 4 hours before it will determine if a battery is good or bad. Just thought you should know that last part in case you were planning on waiting for a quick replacement.

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