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Old 08-22-2000, 01:08 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the price of a factory battery and whether or not there are any discounts being offered for any orgs.?
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Old 08-24-2000, 05:07 PM   #2
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Hi,

Just got back from the dealer after replacing the battery (under pro-rated warranty) on my 99 GLE. I originally had a heavy duty battery and I had a suspicion that the dealer gave me the wrong battery. Called up Courtesy Nissan and asked for the part numbers and price. The heavyduty P/N is 999M1-NB24F and the normal one is 999M1-NB35C. They both cost the same at about $70 (MSRP). You may get a discount on top of it.

What kind of battery do you have? Can you confirm any of these part numbers?

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Thanks fot the Info

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Hi,

Just got back from the dealer after replacing the battery (under pro-rated warranty) on my 99 GLE. I originally had a heavy duty battery and I had a suspicion that the dealer gave me the wrong battery. Called up Courtesy Nissan and asked for the part numbers and price. The heavyduty P/N is 999M1-NB24F and the normal one is 999M1-NB35C. They both cost the same at about $70 (MSRP). You may get a discount on top of it.

What kind of battery do you have? Can you confirm any of these part numbers?

Issac
I don't have the part numbers on hand for the factory battery, but Matt from the 3rd gen site suggested an Interstate battery (MT-34R). Its installed and everything is cool.

Actually I checked again and it is not that model number. The shop where I got the battery did not have that model Interstate battery. I am trying to find the number now.

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