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here is my problem. I had to replace my battery in July so I took it to a local mechanic and for $100 he put in a group 35 battery as suggested my the parts computer.
A few weeks ago my car nearly died, hardly accepted any acceleration so I took it to Nissan and they tell me that because of the WRONG battery it messed up the electronics and they have to replace it with a group 24 battery and reprogram all for $400.
The original place will refund me my money but WHY is there a WRONG battery in the parts list, they actually did nothing wrong they just happen to be cool to give me a refund.
What I like to know, 1 why is that so expensive to replace a battery and 2 how can the correct battery be put on that parts list.
Whos fault is it to start with?
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