Is it as simple as adding distilled water to the battery? Is that it? I've never checked the battery in our cars, but being it's well over 100-degrees it might be a good idea.
It's a white one, nearly all other replacement batteries are red or black. if it's the stock one, it's maintenance free and you can't add water to it. Some aftermarket ones are maintenance free as well, my Super Start is. Duralast from Autozones are great, and they have an access panel for adding water. it's as simple as adding distilled water, be very careful though. You definitely don't want to overfill. My best recommendation is to remove the battery to fill it up in our cars since you can't see down there very well.Hey B, Not sure, I wouldn't know what the OEM looked like. I'm the 2nd owner of the car, he/she could've replaced it for all I know.