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Dodge Challenger 12V Automotive Battery Replacement Guide
How to change the 12 volt car battery in a 3rd generation 2008-2015 Dodge Challenger with photo illustrated steps & part numbers.

2015 Challenger Trunk
Lift Spare Tire Cover
12V Battery On Right Side
This automotive maintenance tutorial was specifically written to assist owners of the third generation (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & possibly also the 2016 model year) Dodge Challenger in changing a dead or weak 12 volt car battery located in the trunk next to the spare tire.

Owners of other Chrysler, Dodge and RAM vehicles such as the Town & Country, 300, 200, Avenger, Charger, Journey, Dart, Durango, Grand Caravan, and Ram C/V Tradesman minivan may also find these DIY instructions to be helpful.

A few compatible replacement "Group Size" H7 or 94R batteries with part numbers are as follows: ACDelco 94RAGMExide FP-AGML4/94R, EverStart Platinum AGM H7, EverStart MAXX-H7, Bosch 94R730B or 94R800BAGM, NAPA Legend 9894R or 7594R and AutoCraft 94RH7 or H7-AGM.

The tools needed to complete this procedure include a 10mm socket, an extension bar and a 1/4" drive ratchet.

Press Metal Release Tab
Loosen Battery Strap
Loosen Negative Terminal
The 12V car battery is located in the trunk of the vehicle next to the spare tire.

Open the trunk lid and lift the carpeted trunk mat to access the battery.

Press the metal release tab on the vinyl strap that holds the battery in place and loosen it a few inches.

Then loosen the negative "-" battery terminal by turning the nut counterclockwise with the 10mm socket and ratcheting wrench.

Pull Off "-" Negative Terminal
Cover & Tuck Away Terminal
Pull Off Plastic "+" Cover
Pull the negative terminal straight off the "-" battery post.

Cover the terminal with a small towel and tuck it away on the side of the trunk to help prevent accidental contact.

Pull the red plastic cover off the positive "+" terminal and set it aside in a safe place.

Loosen Positive Terminal
Pull Off "+" Positive Terminal
Both Terminals Disconnected
Then loosen the 10mm nut on the positive terminal by turning it in the counterclockwise direction.

Pull the positive terminal straight off the "+" battery post.

Battery Hold Down Clamp
Rubber Battery Vent Tube
Pull Off Battery Vent Tube
The battery is held in place by a metal bar at the back edge (closest to the rear bumper).

Don't forget to pull out the rubber exhaust vent hose from the rear of the battery.

10mm Socket & Extension Bar
Loosen 10mm Bolt
10mm Bolt Removed
Attach the 10mm socket and six inch extension bar to the ratcheting wrench.

Loosen the 10mm battery hold down bar bolt by turning it counterclockwise.

Remove the bolt and set it aside in a safe place.

Battery Hold Down Bar
Lift Out Old 12V Battery
Rest On Ground
Pull out the silver metal hold down clamp and set it aside in a safe place.

Carefully lift the old battery out of the trunk and gently set it down on the ground.

Try to avoid tipping or dropping the old battery to prevent from cracking it and/or having battery acid leak out.


OEM Part # 56029635AD
Clean Off Battery Tray
Lower In New 12V Battery
The OEM 12V battery in this 2015 Challenger was a Johnson Controls Battery Group Part Number 56029635AD.

If you can wait a day or two, I recommend buying the ACDelco 94RAGMbattery from Amazon since it has great reviews.

Clean off any debris from the plastic battery tray so that the new battery will rest evenly on it.

Carefully lower the new 12 volt battery down in to the trunk and on to the plastic tray.

Make sure the new battery is orientated with the positive "+" battery post closer to the front of the car and the negative "-" battery post near the rear bumper to match the orientation of the old battery.

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

Push In Battery Vent Tube
Push On Positive Terminal
Tighten 10mm Terminal Nut
Push in the battery exhaust vent tube in to the hole on the front edge of the battery (near the back of the trunk).

Push the positive battery terminal on to the "+" battery post near the rear of the trunk.

Tighten the 10mm terminal nut by turning it clockwise with the socket and ratcheting wrench.

Replace Red Plastic Cover
Replace Metal Hold Down Bar
Line Up Bolt Hole
Push the red plastic cover over the positive terminal.

Replace the silver metal battery clamp bar at the rear edge of the battery (close to the back bumper).

Line up the bolt hole in the clamp bar with the bolt hole on the battery tray.

Tighten 10mm Bolt
Push On Negative Terminal
Tighten 10mm Clockwise
Re-insert the 10mm bolt and tighten it in the clockwise direction until it is snug.

Check that the battery can not be moved, slid or wiggled on the plastic tray. If it can be moved, tighten the clamp bolt an extra turn or two.

Try to avoid over tightening the battery hold down bar to prevent from cracking the plastic battery housing which may cause an acid leak.

Push the negative terminal straight on to the "-" battery post.

Tighten the 10mm battery terminal in the clockwise direction until it is snug.

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

Tighten Vinyl Battery Strap
New Battery Installed
Replace Trunk Mat
Pull the vinyl strap to tighten it and secure the new battery in place.

Lower the carpeted trunk mat down in to place to cover the spare tire and battery.

Be sure to record the battery change in your car's service records.

For more, check out my other 2008-2015 Dodge Challenger DIY Repair & Maintenance Guides.

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2013 Dodge Challenger - Battery - Best Fit

Group Size (BCI):  94R

Cold Cranking Amps (CCA):  790 CCA

Cranking Amps (CA):  970 CA

Reserve Capacity (min):  140 Minute

Voltage (V):  12 Volt

Battery Type:  Standard

Terminal Type:  Top Post

Positive Terminal Location:  Right Top

Length (in):  12-7/16 Inch

Width (in):  6-7/8 Inch

Height (in):  7-1/2 Inch

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The battery on the Dodge Challenger is located in the trunk under the carpet in the spare tire compartment. Fortunately, this makes the battery pretty easy to get to and replace.

Make sure you find an adequate replacement as the battery must vent using the provided vent tube. It is dangerous to use a non-vented battery in the passenger compartment.

Required Tools

Required Parts

Step by Step Instructions

Open the Trunk


Pop open the trunk and flip the carpet floor panel open.

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Disconnect the battery


Remove the negative terminal connector using a 10mm socket or wrench.

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Remove the positive terminal connector

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Remove the Battery


Unbolt the Battery Hold Down bracket. It's located at the rear base of the battery, you'll need a 10mm socket and an extension.

Remove the bolt and bracket.

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Loosen the battery holding strap. Just press the metal tab down to release the strap.

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Flip up the handle on the battery and remove it carefully. It's extremely heavy.

Install the New Battery


Carefully seat your new battery in place, sliding it tightly to the front outside corner of the compartment.


Re-install the strap, vent tube, and battery hold down bracket.


Re-attach the battery terminals and snug the terminal nuts.


Re-install the positive terminal cover and you should be done.

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How To Change Your Battery (Dodge Challenger)

Dodge Challenger Battery Life

Vanishing Point is a movie almost synonymous with the Dodge Challenger, as it featured a white 1970 Dodge Challenger. The Challenger was initially produced for only five model years (1970-1974), before it vanished from production. Those early Challengers had a wide array of engine options (at least in the early years), but the battery choices remained fairly constant between Group 25 or Group 34 batteries. If your Challenger is stock, the REDTOP options will work fine. If it has been modified from an electrical standpoint, like an aftermarket stereo or car alarm or a drag car with no alternator, then a YELLOWTOP is the better choice. 

The Challenger made a brief reappearance from 1979 to 1983, as a badge-engineered Mitsubishi Gallant Lambda, but so few of those are still on the road today or coveted by collectors, they're hardly worth mentioning. If you do happen to own one, the same considerations for REDTOP versus YELLOWTOP are in play, but you do have more fitment options.

The vast majority of Dodge Challengers on the road today are from the third generation, which began in 2008. Those pony cars have also offered  a variety of engine options over the years in both V6 and V8 form, but the battery choice remains (as of this writing) just one- the H7, sometimes referred to as the Group 94R. OPTIMA's DH7 YELLOWTOP is a great option for all of those Challengers enough with the fitment information! When are we going to discuss battery lifespan in the Dodge Challenger?!?

Battery Lifespan in the Dodge Challenger

Now that we've briefly covered all the various fitments for the Dodge Challenger over the years, we'll talk battery lifespan and the truth is, this discussion is applicable to batteries used in any generation of Dodge Challenger or quite frankly, any other vehicle. Batteries are consumable items with finite lifespans and they move closer to their ultimate demise every day after they take their first charge.

Conventional automotive advice is that typical car batteries will last between three and five years, but that's a pretty big span. If a car dealer said the price of a Challenger was between $30,000 and $50,000, wouldn't you like them to be more specific before you agree to make a purchase? The truth is, extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, are both really hard on batteries. Extreme heat causes a lot of damage and and then the extreme cold, when it is harder to start an engine, exposes the damage that was often done in the extreme heat.

Auto manufacturers know this and as a result, nearly every Dodge Challenger on the road today will have its battery mounted in the trunk (or essentially in the floor of the trunk). The trunk can probably get really hot on summer days, right? Absolutely, but it's probably no hotter than it would be under the hood, especially if the engine is running and generating all kinds of additional heat. So if you can protect your battery from extremely hot or extremely cold temperatures, it will perform better and last longer. If you live in places like Phoenix or Anchorage, plan accordingly and don't expect to see the longer battery life that people enjoy in more temperate climates.

The more deeply you discharge a battery, the fewer cycles you will get out of it. If you owned the Vanishing Point Challenger with the 440 cubic-inch engine, you could start it all day long with a Group 25 REDTOP battery that weighs in at just under 32 pounds. Fast forward a half century to the 2020 Dodge Challenger with a 3.5-liter V6 and you'll need OPTIMA DH7 YELLOWTOP battery that weighs in at a hefty 60.5 pounds.  

So why does a 220 cubic-inch V6 that is 50% smaller than a big block 440 cubic-inch V8 need a YELLOWOP battery that weighs almost 91% more than the REDTOP battery that can start that big V8? It's not about cranking amps or cold cranking amps, as both batteries have those in spades. It has more to do with the depth of discharge we mentioned earlier and the incredible electrical demands of modern vehicles.

From satellite-based navigation & communication systems to Wifi connectivity, huge entertainment centers with lots of speakers and video capability, as well as integrated car alarm systems with remote access, computer-controlled engines, seat memory presets and radio presets, there's no shortage of electrical demands on a modern vehicle. All batteries from all manufacturers have had a hard time keeping up with this increased demand and as a result, the batteries in newer vehicles tend to be much larger and much heavier than those found in the pre-computerized era of production vehicles.

Battery manufacturers used to brag about CCA (cold cranking amps), but as modern vehicle demands have evolved, expect to see a lot of folks pay closer attention to the weight of the battery they are buying. More weight in a battery often represents more reserve capacity (which can translate into more cycle life) and in the case of OPTIMA Batteries, better components. You can probably find H7 batteries for a Dodge Challenger that use recycled lead and tombstone welds to connect cells, but they'll also probably weigh less than 50 pounds. That's a lot less active material and a lot of compromise if you are concerned about the lifespan of your battery.

All OPTIMA Batteries use 99.99% pure virgin lead and thick, cast straps to connect the cells together. It's more expensive, but there are five big reasons why it is better.

-Batteries with recycled lead sulfate faster, which can mean a shorter lifespan
-Batteries with recycled lead can self-discharge faster, which can mean a shorter lifespan
-Batteries with recycled lead can have more impurities, which can lead to more gassing & a shorter lifespan
-OPTIMA's thick, cast straps that connect the cells are more durable than the fragile tombstone welds used in typical batteries, which can mean a longer lifespan
-OPTIMA's thick, cast straps allow for better current flow than more restrictive intercell tombstone welds, which can mean a shorter lifespan

The last point we want to cover on Dodge Challenger battery lifespan is proper voltage maintenance. Fully-charged, our DH7 YELLOWTOP battery will measure about 13.0-13.2 volts. Whenever any lead-acid battery is discharged below 12.4 volts and is left sitting in that state, sulfation will form in the battery plates, which diminishes performance & battery lifespan. Pop the hood (or trunk) on any car in a supermarket parking lot and there's a good chance you'll find a battery that isn't fully-charged. 

Vehicles that see daily use tend to also see their batteries last longer, than those that only see seasonal, weekend or occasional use. That isn't always the case, but by and large, batteries in vehicles that are driven on a daily basis tend to be better-maintained. Vehicles that see infrequent use tend not to have the voltage properly-maintained, which shortens battery lifespan, so if you don't daily your Challenger, you should keep it plugged in to maximize battery lifespan.

We are so confident proper battery voltage maintenance can improve the performance & lifespan of your battery, we will extend the free replacement warranty by a full year on your OPTIMA battery, if you buy an OPTIMA Digital 1200 charger from us when you buy your battery. That charger works great on all 12-volt lead-acid batteries, so even if you don't have an OPTIMA battery in your Challenger right now, you can still use the OPTIMA Digital 1200 to maximize the performance and lifespan of the battery you do have today.

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Dodge Charger Battery Location

Dodge Charger Battery Location

Where's the battery in a 2007 Dodge Charger?

It's in the trunk.

Also, do you know how to remove the battery from a 2007 Dodge charger?

Step by step instructions for the Dodge Charger
  1. Watch this video to find out how to replace a car battery for a 2007 Dodge charger.
  2. First, find the battery.
  3. Find and remove the bracket.
  4. Then remove the negative lead from the clamp.
  5. Then remove the positive lead from the terminal.
  6. Remove the battery by lifting it.
Other than the above, where is the battery for a 2013 Dodge Charger? POSITIONING THE BATTERY. on the right side of the engine compartment for starting.

How much does a Dodge Charger battery cost?

The average cost to replace a Dodge Charger battery is $ 278 to $ 290. Labor costs are estimated to be $ 41 to $ 53, while parts are priced at $ 237.

Where's the battery of a 2006 Dodge Charger?

It's in the trunk.

How many years do car batteries last?

Under these conditions, you can expect the car battery to last around six years. On average, a car battery lasts two to five years. If you live in the northern United States, your car battery life will be longer because you will be in a cold climate.

Where's the battery for a 2011 Dodge charger?

When the trunk mat is open, you can see the vehicle's 12 Volt battery on the right side (passenger side) of the spare wheel. First loosen the negative pole nut (black cable) at the rear of the vehicle by turning it counterclockwise with a 10mm socket wrench.

How do I change the battery of a 2008 Dodge charger?

Step by Step Guide to Your Dodge Charger This is a video on how to replace a car battery for a 2008 Dodge charger, then locate and loosen the bracket. Then remove the back. Now remove the negative cable. Removal of the positive lead follows. Then remove the battery and clean the compartment.

Where's the battery in a Dodge Challenger?

The battery of the Dodge Challenger is located in the trunk under the spare wheel mat.

How do you start a Dodge Challenger?

Start. Open the hood. Battery access. Find out where the battery is. Jump points. Find the positive pole and the ground. Jump procedure. Correctly connect the jumper wires and jump. Replace the lid. Make sure the lid is firmly in place. After the jump. Solve a problem.

How can I replace the battery in the Dodge Charger handle?

Replacing the Dodge Remote Battery Release the metal key. It takes some pressure and the metal button will slide out. Use the metal key to remove the back of the Dodge keyless remote. Take out the old battery. Install the new battery. Replace the battery cover.

How long does a Dodge Charger battery last?

Most batteries last an average of 46 years.

What type of battery does a Dodge Charger need?

*** 850 amps at cold start (1060 amps at start) ***.

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Why is the battery in the trunk?

Since the engine is usually located under the hood, cars naturally have more weight on the front wheels than on the rear wheels, and moving the battery under the trunk is one way to counteract this uneven weight distribution. Batteries don't like high temperatures near the engine.

What does the power saving mode mean on a 2014 Dodge Charger?

When the Dodge Charger enters battery saving mode in 2014, the battery will disable some vehicle functions as the battery is currently unable to meet the consumption requirements. This indicates that the battery is not sufficiently charged.

Dodge Charger Battery Location

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