2008 Dodge Charger Car Batteries

Dodge Charger Batteries Near You

Don’t let a dead battery stop you. Shop replacement car batteries for your 2008 Dodge Charger at Firestone Complete Auto Care.

2008 Dodge Charger Battery Replacement & Size

Not sure what battery to get for your Dodge Charger? Use this chart to find the right battery size and CCAs for your Dodge Charger.

Battery Engine Warranty Cold Cranking Amps
93-1 V6/3.5L Replacement 24 months Performance months 825
94RH7 V6/3.5L Replacement 36 months Performance months 800
H8-AGM V6/3.5L Replacement 36 months Performance months 900
93-1 V8/5.7L Replacement 24 months Performance months 825
49H8 V8/5.7L Replacement 36 months Performance months 900
H8-AGM V8/5.7L Replacement 36 months Performance months 900
93-1 V6/2.7L Replacement 24 months Performance months 825
94RH7 V6/2.7L Replacement 36 months Performance months 800
H7-AGM V6/2.7L Replacement 36 months Performance months 850
93-1 V8/6.1L Replacement 24 months Performance months 825
94RH7 V8/6.1L Replacement 36 months Performance months 800
H7-AGM V8/6.1L Replacement 36 months Performance months 850
BATTERIES

V6/3.5L

- Battery: 93-1

- Warranty: Replacement 24 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 825

V6/3.5L

- Battery: 94RH7

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 800

V6/3.5L

- Battery: H8-AGM

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 900

V8/5.7L

- Battery: 93-1

- Warranty: Replacement 24 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 825

V8/5.7L

- Battery: 49H8

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 900

V8/5.7L

- Battery: H8-AGM

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 900

V6/2.7L

- Battery: 93-1

- Warranty: Replacement 24 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 825

V6/2.7L

- Battery: 94RH7

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 800

V6/2.7L

- Battery: H7-AGM

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 850

V8/6.1L

- Battery: 93-1

- Warranty: Replacement 24 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 825

V8/6.1L

- Battery: 94RH7

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 800

V8/6.1L

- Battery: H7-AGM

- Warranty: Replacement 36 months, Performance months

- Cold Cranking Amps: 850

Buy the Right Battery for Your Dodge Charger

You can pretty much drive your Dodge Charger until you don't want to anymore. But your Charger's battery? Don't count on it to last forever. Generally, car batteries last from three to five years. You want to replace your 2008 Dodge Charger battery before it fails and leaves you stranded. Watch for signs that your current battery is getting too old or too weak. A sluggish engine start, an illuminated battery or check engine light, bloated battery case, corroded battery posts, and subpar electrical performance may all indicate that your battery needs attention.

Or, you can get a complimentary battery check at your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care. Our equipment can see how much charge is left in your battery. Visit us for a complimentary battery check and, if needed, a replacement battery for your 2008 Dodge Charger. Car batteries are only one of our many strong suits. Our expert technicians understand Dodge service recommendations for Charger battery CCAs and reserve capacity. Get help figuring out the battery size that fits your car perfectly, and schedule a fast car battery replacement at your earliest convenience.

Find the Right DieHard Battery for Your Charger

We only want what’s best for your Dodge Charger, which is why we only carry top-of-the-line replacement parts and batteries. Your vehicle needs a reliable, durable and powerful battery in extremely hot and cold environments. DieHard batteries go above and beyond using state-of-the-art advancements to satisfy the expanding power needs of new vehicles. Don't call a DieHard battery ordinary. It's an extraordinary battery. Choose a DieHard battery for your Dodge Charger and get behind the wheel with confidence. Why? Because your battery will perform when you need it. That's the kind of battery we deliver.

Caring for a New Dodge Charger Battery

Got a new car battery installed in your 2008 Dodge Charger? Good thinking! You can give your new battery a head start with proper care and attention. ensuring all the lights are turned off before you leave the car, cutting back on unnecessary short trips, keeping the battery posts corrosion-free, and not using electronics such as the radio and power outlets when the engine is off.

Commonly Asked Charger Battery Questions

Get answers to common car battery questions, from Firestone Complete Auto Care. If you have battery questions that are Dodge Charger-specific, stop by your nearest store. Our expert techs have the answers you need.

  • Why won’t my Charger battery hold a charge? A car battery that needs to be jump-started every time is as good as dead. It may be getting old. Or, you may have been leaving your car doors ajar and the lights on overnight. Stop in for a free battery check at your local Firestone Complete Auto Care and learn more about your battery's charge.
  • What do you do with my dead Charger battery? We’ll recycle your car battery for you!
  •  How much do DieHard batteries cost for your Dodge Charger? Get affordable prices on Dodge Charger batteries by using one of our limited-time battery deals. Plus, all DieHard car batteries come with a free replacement warranty and extra coverage with DieHard Assurance.
  • What is the average lifespan of a car battery? The typical 12-volt car battery may last three to five years, depending on the type of battery, the driving conditions, and how well the battery is maintained.
  • What is the white, crusty stuff around my Charger’s battery post? The white, crusty stuff that can accumulate around Charger car battery terminals is called corrosion. It is caused by a chemical reaction between the battery acid and the air, which creates a white, powdery substance that can build up on the terminals over time. Corrosion can interfere with the flow of electricity between the battery post and the car's electrical system, sometimes leading to poor electrical performance, difficulty starting, and even premature battery failure.
  •  How do I clean corrosion off my Charger vehicle battery? To help extend the life of your battery, you should routinely inspect and clean the terminals using a baking soda and water mix, wire brush, and rag. Be sure to disconnect the battery cables before cleaning and check your Charger owner’s manual for instructions on how to do so.
  • Who sells Charger batteries near me? At Firestone Complete Auto Care, we make it easy to get a new car battery. Our stores sell and install Charger batteries, and our Firestone Direct mobile vans can even come to you for added convenience. Check out our mobile battery services to learn more.