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Old 02-20-2021, 11:52 AM   #6
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The thing is where the positive and negative posts are. That and the physical size. Then the Amp Hours.

Nothing special in terms of needing a special battery in a Porsche. I choose an AGM replacement which required an adapter and a new grounding cable. But that was my choice, not driven by need or specs. I always treated my P-car to the best.

Replacing is easy. Record or locate the radio code if your radio has one. Or provide power through the cigarette lighter. Lift the new battery into the frunk. Climb into the frunk and swap away. Then redo the radio code. Simple swap. (If I can do it, anyone can.)
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