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This is a discussion on 00 Mustang V-6 within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Just wondering everyone's thoughts on this. I have a 2000 Mustang with everything ORIGINAL it's got about 45k miles on ...

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    00 Mustang V-6

    Just wondering everyone's thoughts on this.

    I have a 2000 Mustang with everything ORIGINAL

    it's got about 45k miles on it, and I'm the only owner of it.

    I was just wondering if anyone has ever heard of a batter lasting that long. I have never changed it. The only things that are not stock on the car are:

    K&N air filter
    Silencer delete
    custom cut billet shift arm
    custom cut billet shift knob

    And I've changed the oil every 3000 miles with full synthetic. Been thru 2 sets of tires, and on the third, I was rough on the first 2

    I live in Ohio, and I'm just wondering how long you all think I have on this battery. Oh, BTW, the entire starting/charging system is original. I have literally change nothing on the car.

    Thanks for the thoughts!!!

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    Batteries usually last 7 to 10 years if properly charged up and electrolyte kept at the proper level.
    '02 WRX 4EAT, 311,000KMs/194,500Miles, Sold. Best car I ever had. '09 STi stage 1, hope this one will be good too...

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