Thanks! It's always a bit nerve wracking for me to hook up a 12V battery in a car because of that minor spark that happens when the negative cable makes contact with the post (you should always disconnect batteries as Negative and then Positive and then reconnect them as Positive and then Negative). I'm always afraid I'm going to fry something, but everything's fine and now I have some more peace of mind with twice as many amp hours. The default battery was about 45 amp hours so I'm pretty close now
On an unrelated note, a few days after I received the car I got a call from SiriusXM telling me I have 3 months of free service and that I can add 3 additional months for only $2 plus tax. So, 6 months of SiriusXM for only $2! It was a deal I couldn't refuse so I signed up for it (I can also listen on my PC and on my phone!).
After the 6 months it goes up to about $21/month so I will definitely be canceling before then. It's a nice service, but I just don't spend enough time in my car to justify paying that much for radio, nor that much free time on my computer or phone. Maybe if it was half that much. I'll bet if I try to cancel 6 months from now they will offer me another hard-to-beat deal...
Anyone else get this with their Kias?