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Would some current Renegade owners please post the size and type of battery that came in your model.

Next question, this may be for the Trailhawk only, does the sticker say it is an Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) style battery?

Please list:
Your model:
Group Size (47, 48, etc.):
Battery type (AGM, if listed?):

Thank you for the help.
 

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Great question. When I looked under the hood the battery didn't look at all impressive. Very small like a compact sedan. I don't know the spec's so I'm interested in this question as well.
 

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My Trailhawk battery has the following markings:

51940918
12 V (well, yeah)
SAE [600]
Ahr [70]
RC [120]
EN [640]

RA 605 761
 
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My Trailhawk battery has the following markings:

51940918
12 V (well, yeah)
SAE [600]
Ahr [70]
RC [120]
EN [640]

RA 605 761
Thanks BW, I've had no luck in searching by those numbers to come with what group size the Renegade battery is. I found this part number as Mopar:

Part # BA0048640W
http://www.mopar.com/part/BA0048640W?s=374201&i=6472977&b=jeep

But even with that I have not been able to run down if it is a group 47, 48, 94 or ???

Anyone have a clue ?
 

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Some months ago there were a new about some of the batteries used in Renegade (and 500X).
For the models with Stop & start FCA uses Exide Technologies batteries, the EFB (enhanced flooded batteries) labeled as Mopar-HD (Heavy Duty).
These batteries are used in combination with the following engines: 1.4 Multiair S&S, 1.6 Multijet 120 CV and 2.0 Multijet 140 CV in the range 60 Ah and 70 Ah.
 

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Some months ago there were a new about some of the batteries used in Renegade (and 500X).
For the models with Stop & start FCA uses Exide Technologies batteries, the EFB (enhanced flooded batteries) labeled as Mopar-HD (Heavy Duty).
These batteries are used in combination with the following engines: 1.4 Multiair S&S, 1.6 Multijet 120 CV and 2.0 Multijet 140 CV in the range 60 Ah and 70 Ah.
Thanks, did you happen what size group it was?
 

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That's the battery I have now (as the one that came with the Jeep was problematic and replaced under warranty).

http://www.exide.info/el600
 

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On my 1.4L Renegade I have the following, so I think it's 500 CCA?

51962498
SAE 500
Ahr 60
RC 100
EN 540

Looking on mopar sites I found:
http://www.factorymoparparts.net/je...lectrical-cat/battery-scat/?part_name=battery
OEM Jeep part #BB0H5500AA


http://www.factorymoparparts.net/je...lectrical-cat/battery-scat/?part_name=battery
OEM Jeep part #BB048750AA

Obviously if I purchased a new battery I would go for the the one with greater amperage.

Does anyone have links to recommended batteries that have more power than stock?
 
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