Battery for honda civic 2013

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2013 Civic/Accord Battery Drain


I am having the same problem as the previous guys. They updated the software, changed for the stronger battery. Has been in the shop four times about twenty five days. The third time they had to admit the problem because I caught my dead car right at the service when they called me to pick it up. Today I picked up the car after ten days and lied that it never lost the charge. They try to blame it on my after market auto starter but it happened three times before the installation and one time after they totally uninstalled it. I was told to drive it 30 miles every day. If it never died on them within ten days /the same miles in and out/ why would they suggest I should drive it every day? Total nonsense!

In my sixty years I have never been the car's slave. Take the trips to nowhere just to keep it charged? The most ridiculous suggestion ever!!! They claim that so much electronics require longer rides. Well, why don't you say to customers that the car is for long commuters when you are selling it? My daughter bought new Audi which is more loaded and drives only locally and has no such a problem. At this point they don't know what they are doing so just keep telling lies and I am thinking to call the car lemon. At this point I am saying a prayer every time I go to drive. Please contact me if you have any suggestions. Thank you


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2012-2017 Honda Civic Battery Replacement Guide


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2013 Honda Civic Car Batteries

Battery Size & Replacement for 2013 Honda Civic

Need more info about Honda Civic batteries? Check the chart to find the right car battery size and cold cranking amps for your Civic.

Battery Engine Warranty Cold Cranking Amps
L4/1.5L Replacement months Performance months
L4/1.8L Replacement months Performance months
L4/2.4L Replacement months Performance months


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- Warranty: Replacement months, Performance months

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Buying a Replacement Battery for Honda Civic

Your Civic doesn't have an expiration date, but its battery does. Generally, car batteries last from three to five years. You want to replace your 2013 Honda Civic battery before it fails and leaves you stranded. Watch for signs that your current battery is getting too old or too weak. A slow engine crank, an illuminated check engine light or battery signal, bloated battery case, corroded battery posts, or dim headlights can all be signs that your battery is on its last leg.

Plus, at Firestone Complete Auto Care, we’ll test your battery for free. With computerized testing we can see how much charge is left in your battery. Drop in for a free battery check and, if needed, get your Honda Civic a replacement battery. Car batteries are one of our many specialties! Our technicians are well-acquainted with Honda’s service specs for Civic car batteries’ reserve capacities and cold cranking amps. Get help identifying the type and size of battery that's best for your Civic, and schedule an appointment today for a quick car battery replacement.

Firestone Has DieHard Batteries for  Civics

We only want what’s best for your Honda Civic, which is why we exclusively carry the best. You need a reliable, durable and powerful battery in even some of the toughest conditions. DieHard Civic batteries surpass expectations using state-of-the-art advancements to fuel the expanding power requirements of new vehicles. A DieHard battery isn't an ordinary car battery. It's extraordinary. Buy a DieHard battery for your Honda Civic and drive with confidence knowing that performance will be there when you need it most. That’s why you should choose batteries from Firestone Complete Auto Care.

After Buying 2013 Honda Civic Battery

Have you recently had a fresh battery installed in your Honda Civic? Good thinking! Now, help it last longer and stay charged by caring for it from the get-go. Help extend your car battery’s life by decreasing the number of short trips you take, keeping your battery posts clean, and avoiding radio and electronic component use when the engine is off.

Answers to Your Civic Car Battery Questions

Firestone Complete Auto Care has answers to your top car battery questions. If you have battery questions that are Honda Civic-specific, stop by your nearest store. Our expert techs have the answers you need.

  • Why doesn’t my Civic battery stay charged? A battery is in its final hour when it will no longer hold a charge. The battery might be old. Or, you may have a habit of leaving your car doors open and the lights on overnight. Stop by for a free battery test at your favorite Firestone Complete Auto Care to learn more about the state of your battery.

  • What happens to my old Civic battery? We’ll recycle your car battery for you!

  •  How much do DieHard batteries cost for your Honda Civic? Honda Civic batteries can be affordable, especially when there's an available battery coupon. The best part is every DieHard battery comes with a free replacement warranty and extra coverage with DieHard Assurance.

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Honda Civic 12V Car Battery Replacement Guide
How to change a dead 12 volt automotive battery in the engine bay of a 9th generation 2012-2015 Honda Civic sedan.

2013 Civic Engine Bay
Pull Off Wire Harness
Nut Under Wire Harness
This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the ninth generation (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and probably also the 2016 model year) Honda Civic in changing a dead 12V automotive battery in the engine bay.

Owners of other Honda or Acura vehicles such as the Accord, Crosstour, CR-V, CR-Z, Fit, Insight, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, Stream, ILX, TSX, TLX, TL, RLX, RDX and MDX may also find these DIY instructions to be helpful.

The OEM car battery in this 2013 Civic LX sedan was a Honda part number 31500-TR0A-A01.

Other compatible replacement "Group Size 51R" batteries with their part numbers include the following: EverStart MAXX-51R (Walmart), Bosch 51R450B, AutoCraft 51R-2, Napa # BAT 6551R and Optima YellowTop D51R

The tools needed to replace the battery include a flat head screwdriver, a deep well 10mm socket with a 1/4" drive ratchet or a standard 10mm hand wrench.

Pull Off Rear Harness Fastener
Loosen Negative Terminal Nut
Pull Off "-" Terminal
The 12V automotive battery is located at the front right (driver) side of the engine bay.

Pull the plastic wire harness fastener off the front of the battery hold down bar. Then pull of the other wire harness fastener on the rear of the battery hold down bar.

Loosen the negative "-" battery terminal first by rotating the nut counterclockwise with a 10mm socket and 1/4" ratcheting wrench.

Pull the negative terminal straight off the "-" battery post.

Wrap Terminal In Towel
Open "+" Terminal Cover
Loosen 10mm Nut
Cover the negative terminal in a small towel and tuck it away on the side of the battery to help prevent accidental contact.

Then open the red plastic cover on the "+" positive battery terminal.

Loosen the 10mm nut on the positive battery terminal by turning it counterclockwise.

Pull Off Positive Terminal
Cover "+" Terminal With Rag
Loosen 10mm Battery Clamp
Pull the positive terminal straight off the "+" battery post, close the plastic cover, wrap it in a rag and tuck it away on the left side of the battery to help prevent accidental contact.

Loosen the nut on the front of the battery hold down bar by turning it counterclockwise with a deep well 10mm socket and ratcheting wrench or use a standard 10mm hand wrench.

Then slightly loosen the 10mm nut on the rear of the battery hold down bar by turning it counterclockwise.

Pull Out "J" Hook Bar
Lift Off Hold Down Bar
Pull Off Battery Box
Only loosen the battery hold down clamp nuts until the "J" hook bars can be removed from their mounting sockets.

Lift the clamp off the battery and set it aside in a safe place.

Pull the black plastic battery box (A.K.A. "cover" or "shield") off the battery and set it aside.


Pull Out Old Battery
Old 51R Battery & Cover
Honda # 31500-TR0A-A01
Carefully lift the old battery out of the engine bay and try to avoid tipping or dropping it.

The OEM (original equipment manufacturer) "Group Size 51R" battery in this 2013 Civic LX sedan was Honda part number 31500-TR0A-A01.

Clean Off Battery Tray
Lower In New 12V Battery
Replace Plastic Battery Shield
Clean off any debris from the battery tray in the engine bay so that the new battery will rest evenly.

Carefully lower the new 12V battery in to the engine bay with the "+" positive battery post on the left side and the "-" negative post on the right (driver) side.

Lower the black plastic battery box over the new battery.

Lower Battery Clamp Bar
Re-Insert Rear "J" Hook Bar
Re-Insert Front "J" Hook Bar
Carefully lower the hold down bar over the new battery while trying to avoid contact with the battery posts.

Re-insert the "J" hook bars in to their sockets at the front and back of the battery tray.

Tighten Rear 10mm Nut
Tighten Front 10mm Nut
Push On Positive Terminal
Tighten the two nuts at the top of the battery hold down bar by turning them clockwise with the deep well 10mm socket and ratcheting wrench.

If you've had a problem with corrosion (blue or white powder) building up on the terminals or battery posts, I'd recommend installing some felt anti-corrosion washers over the battery posts.

Push the "+" (red plastic cover) terminal on to the positive battery post.

Tighten 10mm Clockwise
Push On Plastic Cover
Push On "-" Terminal
Tighten the 10mm positive terminal nut in the clockwise direction until it is snug.

Do not over tighten the terminal nut to prevent from damaging the battery post.

Close the red plastic cover over the positive battery terminal.

Tighten Negative 10mm Nut
New Battery Installed
Push the negative terminal on to the "-" battery post.

Tighten the 10mm terminal nut in the clockwise direction.

Test the new 12V battery by starting the engine.

Be sure to adjust the time on the clock and set up your radio station presets before driving the vehicle.

For more, check out my other 2012-2015 Honda Civic DIY Repair & Maintenance Guides.


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