I ordered one of these and it worked out well. I know it's not original and you all know, but how many people can tell this is a Wal Mart battery? I'm not going to tell. Here's a link. They come from Belgium so they take a while to get here. Be patient. They have a good selection of push in and glue on caps in 3 colors and different styles. Check your battery first to make sure they will work.

1/22 Update: there is a embossed "Mopar" side plate available.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_ss...12.TRC2.A0.H0.Xmopar.TRS0&_nkw=mopar&_sacat=0

Here is a chart for what you need.

Green Caps:

1/22 Update: there is a embossed "Mopar" side plate available.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_ss...12.TRC2.A0.H0.Xmopar.TRS0&_nkw=mopar&_sacat=0

Here is a chart for what you need.

Green Caps:

- 1966-1969 with 225, 273, and 318 engines and 48 amp alternator
- 1968-1969 with 340 engines and 48 amp alternator
- 1970-1973 with 225, 318, and 340 engines and 46 amp alternator
- 1973 with 400 engines and 59 amp alternator
- 1974 with 225 and 318 engines and 48 amp alternator

- 1966 with 361 engines and 59 amp alternator
- 1967-1971 with 383 engines and 59 amp alternator
- 1970 with 318 and 340 engines and 59 amp alternator
- 1971 with 360 engines and 59 amp alternator
- 1972 with 400 engines and 59 amp alternator

- 1966 with 383, 440 and 426 Hemi engines and 70 amp alternator
- 1966-1972 Police Units with 70 amp alternator
- 1967-1971 with 440 and 426 Hemi engines and 70 amp alternator
- 1972 with 440 engine and 70 amp alternator
- 1973 with 440 engine and 70 amp alternator
- 1974 with 400 or 440 engine and 70 amp alternator

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