Kirk W Posted May 1, 2018 Report Share Posted May 1, 2018 I have a Dodge 2500 diesel that is a 2003 model, now having about 120k miles.I got to thinking about things as I am preparing for our summer travels and wondered about the pair of batteries it has since I knew that they had to be more than 4 years old as I have owned it for almost that long. I checked the battery tops and each one (Interstate batteries) is marked as put into service in September of 2003. I then checked the door plate and it states that the truck was manufactured in May of 2003. While that seems like a wide spread between manufacture date and battery dates, it would still seem to me that my truck is still running its original batteries! Is it really possible that my truck has never had the batteries replaced? I had been thinking of getting them load tested, but now am considering just replacing both based on exceptional service. Any thoughts? Seems really hard to believe but I got it from the widow of the original purchaser and know the history since we moved here in 2011. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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