MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342 Late 2009/Mid 2010) Replacement Battery

$99.95

Product code: IF160-065
Apple Part #: 661-5391

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MacBook Unibody (Model No. A1342 Late 2009/Mid 2010) Replacement Battery

$99.95

Product code: IF160-065
Apple Part #: 661-5391

Product Overview

Give your laptop new life!

  • If your laptop seems to be permanently attached to an outlet, set it free with a replacement battery!
  • Replacement laptop battery rated at 5200-5750 mAh.

This is an aftermarket replacement battery, not an Apple OEM part.

Compatibility

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  • All Unibody (Model A1342) 13" MacBooks

Product Details

  • Battery Model #: A1331
  • Power Rating: 5200-5750 mAh

$99.95 New

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

$89.95 A-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This has minor cosmetic defects.

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Compatibility

MacBook Unibody Model A1342
2.26 GHz (A1342)
2.4 GHz (A1342)
 

Stories

My Problem

After 5 years, the battery simply couldn't keep working anymore. So it was time to replace it.

My Fix

It was an easy and clear unmounting, replacement and mounting. The battery is real easy to replace, just follow the steps carefully on the tutorial.

My Advice

Careful on your tools! The tri-wing battery screw is really annoying, and it is a must have before tearing the laptop down.

mmarkovich's Story Photo #504303

My Problem

Battery was out completely, swapped it out with a new iFixit battery.

My Fix

Once swapped the computer did not turn on. After a day of stress, found that the problem was the small connector left of where the battery plugs in. It had come loose slightly. With tape, nudged it back in to position. This is the only thing to be aware since the battery touches this cable.

My Advice

Again, if the the computer does not turn on, check that cable. Also be careful with stripping the screws.

My Problem

Batteria morta

My Fix

Sostituzione facile e veloce

My Advice

Acquistare il cacciavite triwing y1

My Problem

The battery swelled in the middle so much that it pushed the track pad up our of the computer.

My Fix

Trackpad replacement seemed at first not to work, new pad was also out of alignment, but shifting the strips that hold it in slightly solved the problem and the track pad aligned. Worked perfectly. Putting the battery in and it's as good as new. Thanks.

My Advice

If the track pad has been pushed out of alignment, the metal strips that hold it in may need to be straightened out before screwing in the new pad.

My Problem

Headphone plug was broken inside an iPad.

My Fix

Used the pointed tweezers and much patience to eventually remove the broken plug.

My Advice

Patience

My Problem

Wife's MB battery was cooked.

My Fix

The repair went easy, the ifixit guide was spot on and the tools worked exactly right.

My Advice

The bottom case screws are thread locked, so beware of stripping the screw heads.