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How Many Amp Hours is a Car Battery?

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Answered On Dec 30, 2022

· Answered On Dec 30, 2022

Amp hours refer to how much amperage or amps the battery outputs every hour. Car batteries typically have anywhere from 40 to 65 amp hours. The exact amount will be labeled on the side of the battery. 

Because of this, different makes and models often have different amp hours. A Toyota Corolla has 45 amp hours, while a Ford Explorer has 65 amp hours, for example. If you experience any issues with your car battery’s amp hours, you should have a mechanic look at it. 

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