A common equivalent for the LR41 alkaline battery is the 384/392B sized watch battery. It is a thin circular silver oxide 1.55 volt button battery.Know More
Other equivalent replacement batteries include SR41, G3, LR4192, LR736, A63, AG3, SR41SW, 325, 384, 392, LR41, SR736, SB-A1/D1, 280-18, V384, D384, 247, GP192, S736E, SR736PW, SR736SW, TR41SW and SR41W.
The LR41 battery is often used for watches, toys, glucose monitors, handheld games, calculators and additional applications. The LR41 or equivalent battery can be found in drugstores, hardware stores, grocery stores, electronic stores and other retailers. The battery can also be purchased from several online merchants.Learn more about Car Parts & Maintenance
Go to a store that sells Everstart batteries, and use the in-store battery fit guide to choose the right size battery for your vehicle. Talk to a salesperson at the store to discuss the various performance options among the different batteries. Cars in warmer climates need batteries with longer lifespans.Full Answer >
An AGM battery, commonly used in ATVs and motorcycles, is a type of sealed battery with a fiberglass mat sandwiched between the battery's plates to hold the electrolyte. AGM stands for "absorbed glass mat" in reference to the fiberglass sheet.Full Answer >
To properly remove sulfate from a battery, connect it to a pulse-type battery charger. The charger will send electronic pulses through the battery to quickly dissolve any sulfation found inside.Full Answer >
To remove a car battery, turn off the engine, set the parking brake, and open the hood. Using a combination wrench, loosen and remove the negative and positive battery cables from the battery. Grab the bottom of the battery, and lift it out of the battery tray.Full Answer >