I know everybody here hammers on "Vatozone". They did right by me. Yesterday, I went to go to work and the Escalade barely started. I go to work okay but when i went to leave, I had to get a jump start and it took quit a while to build enough charge to start. I got home, checked the battery with a volt meter and it was good at rest and was charging okay when the engine was running. It has a Duralast Gold battery in it from a previous owner. The battery was made in February of 16. I've noticed the cruise control kept kicking out and I had to resume a lot. Okay, bad switch. Went to Autozone to have the battery checked. The charging looked good. I went ahead and got a new switch since I was there and it wouldn't start. Anyway, they jumped me and got me going and then the manager said it might be under warranty. If I knew the information of who bought the battery, they could look it up. An old registration was in the overhead bin and I dug it out. There were about 10 people in one town with that name and he went through all of them. About #7, there was the 2000 Cadillac Escalade. The battery had a 3 year replacement warranty. He swapped the batteries and even pulled my old one and put the new one in. I've dealt with battery warranties in the past and they usually give you fits trying to do it. He saved me about $160 plus tax.