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The Silverado 3500HD is the ultimate workhorse for your job site. It thunders through anything you throw at it with its rugged design and top-tier towing capabilities. These heavy-duty trucks are capable of hauling tremendous loads upwards of close to 15,000 pounds all while still featuring the technology and comfort you want in a daily driver.

When you've got a job to do, you shouldn't have to worry about your Silverado 3500HD's battery failing to start your day. Batteries Plus carries a large selection of high-quality automotive batteries for your Silverado 3500HD from highly rated brands like Duracell Ultra, Optima and even our own exclusive brand X2Power. It's important to know which battery your Silverado 3500HD needs, check the owner's manual, look under the hood or use our fitment finder to make sure you don't use the wrong size battery  .

Not sure where to start to find the right battery you need for your Silverado 3500HD? Check out our helpful article "How Do I Know Which Car Battery Fits My Car?  " where we walk you through different ways to ensure you know the exact fit battery for your vehicle.

Have your new Silverado 3500HD battery installed by our professionals at one of our 700+ locations around the country. Expert installation is available on most vehicles, see store for details. Help extend the battery life of your new battery by upgrading to our optional Premier Installation service to have anti-corrosion materials and terminal protectors installed when your new battery is installed in your truck.

Batteries Plus also carries a large selection of headlights, interior and exterior light bulbs, wiper blades and even key fobs if you need to pick up anything else for your Silverado while you're shopping. Take a look at our Automotive Center to see everything we have to offer.

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Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD FAQs

Silverado 3500HD's will generally use a BCI Group Size 94R or 48 but it is important to check what you need before making a purchase by looking under the hood, in the owner's manual or using our fitment finder.

Work trucks can take a beating, and are often used in harsh environments. This can lead to a slight decrease in life expectancy. Most of the time, your truck's battery will last you 3 - 5 years with little maintenance. To help keep your battery healthy and even extend the life of your battery, you should routinely check for and remove any corrosion on the battery terminals. Leaving corrosion alone can dramatically decrease the lifespan of your battery.

If you own the diesel version of the Silverado 3500HD you may be surprised when you open the hood for the first time to see two batteries. This is because diesel engines require much more power to turn the engine over than a gas engine. It's always a good idea to replace both batteries at the same time.

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