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Old 01-17-2009, 06:03 PM   #1
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Lordco battery warranty

I recently bought an AC Delco battery from Lordco for my Z. It must be within 2 years since i bought it and now its having problems holding charge.

It definitely falls under the warranty i think like 5 years or something. I can't find my receipt for it, will they not honor the warranty if i dont have the receipt?
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I doubt it. Buy the same batery again, then return the old one as defective
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yeah, must have a receipt. They are stingy like that. Like he said ^^ or go to walmart. dont need a receipt.
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I doubt it. Buy the same batery again, then return the old one as defective
I wouldn't do this. Batteries have a build date on them. The store would know you are returning a 2 year old battery. Generally stores don't have batteries sit on the shelf for 2 years.
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yeah, must have a receipt. They are stingy like that. Like he said ^^ or go to walmart. dont need a receipt.
umm they write serial no. on rec. bill of sale, dont think thats gonna fly
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