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Energizer C-Cell 4-Pack

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  • This battery size is known by many other names in different countries. In case you travel to a different country, you might have to know what they call a C battery other than R14 battery. For instance, they call this battery size as #2 in China. If you happen to be in Britain, you may hear someone refer to it as a U11 size battery. In Russia, some folks might call it as the Type 343 battery.

    People refer to the C battery using many different names simply because it is one of the basic battery standard sizes used for flashlights. This battery size has been around for half a century making it quite commonplace in modern living.

  • When you need a , come into a Firestone Complete Auto Care in your neighborhood. We'll install the best battery choice from our selection of car battery types made by the industry's top car battery manufacturer. We'll size up your vehicle's OEM battery and electrical system, and then set up the proper car battery group size to power your ride. Learn more about car battery types, group sizes and other specifications that matter when selecting a car battery.

    Like the , the C battery size has been standardized since the 1920s. The , , and sizes have been in common use since the 1950s.

  • If you need a new battery, a Firestone Complete Auto Care specialist will do a free battery test and inspection to match your vehicle's car battery group size and type. Just find the knowledgeable auto care expert near you with the and visit us today.

Alkaline, Lithium, Lithium Ion, NiCd & NiMH Batteries

Japanese vehicles, many other imports and most American-made vehicles typically use a group size with a standard, top-post battery fitments. These are the most-common battery group sizes that most people are used to seeing. While these are more common and seem easier to replace, it is still important to use the proper group size so that your car battery stays secure in your vehicle's battery tray. For example, some group sizes are the same width and length, but have a lower height. If a taller battery is mistaken for a shorter group size, it may not fit properly in the battery tray and/or battery hold-down, or the battery post could even make contact with the metal hood of the vehicle, causing a spark, a short or a vehicle fire. Again, as a precaution, please consult with your Firestone technicians for the proper battery fitment for your specific vehicle year, make and model. In general, these more-common battery group sizes are 24, 24F, 25, 34, 35, 51, 51R, 52, 58, 58R, 59, and 65.