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There are 3 different Bosch batteries that "fit" the 2004 HSE 4.4L according to Pep Boys, but I can't tell what the differences in construction/technology are between these 3, does anyone know?

https://www.pepboys.com/bosch-premium-performance-battery-group-size-h9-l6-95r/product/672425/2004/LAND ROVER/RANGE ROVER/V8-4398 4.4L DOHC?quantity=1

https://www.pepboys.com/bosch-premium-battery/product/672418/2004/LAND ROVER/RANGE ROVER/V8-4398 4.4L DOHC?quantity=1

https://www.pepboys.com/bosch-premium-performance-battery-group-size-49/product/9073755/2004/LAND ROVER/RANGE ROVER/V8-4398 4.4L DOHC?quantity=1

These are all non-AGM, correct? They don't seem to match up to any of the "S5" and "S6 AGM" batteries that the Bosch website says are compatible:
https://www.boschautoparts.com/en/auto

And if they are non-AGM, should I just save the $20 and go for the following Champion battery, or are the Bosch ones better quality?
https://www.pepboys.com/champion-battery/product/1881327?quantity=1

Note: battery right now is completely dead; I assume I won't need to do anything special with the car such as "programming" the new battery once I replace it (either for a non-AGM or an AGM battery)?

Thanks all in advance!
 

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I have the first pepboys one in my 06. No issues yet, only been installed about 10 months though, works fine. You won't have to do anything when replacing the battery. If its been dead for a while the truck may have to relearn the fuel and shifting adaptations.
 

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Go to Walmart and get an Everstart H8 size battery, perfect fit and exact specs. I installed them into all of the older L322s I bought. $120 at my local walmart.
 
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