I think it's a very standard size. Every auto parts store should have
one. Take it out (have fun:) and take it to the store.
On Tue, 22 Jun 1999, Avi Flax wrote:
> Well, I think I found the problem. The battery is dying. I used a Voltmeter
>to check everything, and the highest voltage I could get from the battery was
>5.7. I also checked the ground to the body and the positive connection deeper
>in the engine bay. I also tightened the wires going into the main fuse before
>the fusebox. Then I hooked up my Trans Am again, and all of a sudden
>everything worked! I charged it for awhile, the car was running, everything
>seemed great. Then I was driving it back to my place and it died again. The
>Voltmeter said the battery was putting out 3V. My brother said the battery is
>5 years old and that it's probably bad. We hope it's not the generator.
> Anyway, the local parts store doesn't have a battery for the Midget - where
>can I get one, or is there a specific part number / brand / model number that
>will work? It's a 1979 Midget.
> Thanks again for all the help!
Ulix __/__,__ ___/__|__
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