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Need a replacement battery? Batteries Plus offers the best replacement battery options for your Chevrolet Silverado 1500 light-duty pickup. Whether you need a flooded or high-performance AGM battery, you'll find it either online or at your nearest Batteries Plus location. We carry the best battery brands in the business, including Optima, Duracell and our exclusive X2Power brand. Find all of your additional essentials in our Auto Center, including replacement headlight bulbs, battery chargers, windshield wiper blades and more.

Batteries Plus also offers these automotive services:

  • Free auto battery testing
  • Expert installation with auto battery purchase (valid at participating locations, on most vehicle makes & models)
  • Key cutting & key fob replacement (valid at participating locations only)
  • Auto battery recycling

How Do I Know What Battery to Get for My Truck?

  • Start by finding the correct BCI group battery size   for your Chevy Silverado 1500 - this can be found in your owner's manual, or by looking online.
  • Next, find the recommended CCA (Cold Cranking Amps)   rating for your vehicle - this can also be found in your owner's manual.
  • It's perfectly okay to buy a battery with a higher than recommended CCA rating, but do not buy a battery with a lower number of CCAs than the manufacturer recommends.
  • Many modern trucks require an AGM battery - check your owner's manual or the label on your current battery to determine what type of battery you need.
  • If your vehicle originally came with an AGM battery installed, you must replace it with another AGM option.

What are the Differences Between Flooded and AGM Batteries?

  • There are 2 types of truck batteries: flooded & AGM
  • A flooded battery is an unsealed, basic auto battery. It is the most affordable type, but may require you to periodically add distilled water to the electrolyte inside it
  • An AGM battery costs more upfront, but is designed to last 2-3X longer than a flooded option. This can end up saving you money in the long run
  • AGM batteries are completely sealed and require no additional maintenance
  • AGM batteries are also more powerful than flooded batteries, which makes it easier to start your engine in extreme conditions

Why are X2Power Batteries the Best Replacement Battery for a Chevy Silverado 1500?

  • Made of thin plate pure lead with 40% more surface area
  • Designed to last up to 3X longer than a flooded battery
  • Recharges faster than a flooded battery
  • Features some of the highest CCAs for top performance in any climate
  • Higher power capacity is ideal for vehicles with lots of onboard technology
  • 100% spill-proof & maintenance-free

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The two most top rated Chevy Silverado replacement parts are the Five Button Key Fob Replacement Flip Key Remote and the Five Button Key Fob Replacement Remote for Chevrolet Vehicles.

How long a battery will last in your Chevy Silverado will largely depend on its use. Most batteries in your Chevrolet Silverado will last 3-5 years if they are properly maintained. However, if you neglect your battery and don't clean the terminals and check for corrosion, it could need replacing much sooner.

Your Silverado battery should last 3-5 years. Keep in mind that the type of battery you have, your driving habits and the climate you live in will impact how long your truck battery will last. Read our blog "6 Things That Can Drain Your Car Battery  " for tips on how to get the longest life out of your battery.

Auto manufacturers provide a recommended CCA rating for every vehicle they produce. You can find this information in your owner's manual or by searching online. If you live in an area prone to extreme cold, you can help protect your truck during the winter by purchasing a battery with a higher than recommended number of CCAs.

When your Silverado battery is beginning to die you will have a harder time turning over your engine. You may also notice that your headlights are slightly dimmer, or that your onboard technology isn't working as well as it used to.

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