We have top quality auto repair services and batteries which are quickly installed in your car at competitive prices! Your car’s battery is vital to start your engine. It also stores energy created by the alternator and runs the secondary electrical systems such as your lights, radio, power seats, power windows, and added electrical components in your car. Your vehicle’s electrical system powers every thing from the ignition and fuel systems to add-ons such as your radio, headlights and wipers. The electric system is then, powered by the engine.
Batteries are chargeable, and it’s a really good idea to carry jumper cables or a transportable battery charging system in your vehicle in case of unexpected emergencies. You never know when you might need to jump-start your automobile, or also assist an additional driver in need. When your battery is worn out, reuse it! Battery recycling may reduce the resources needed for producing new batteries. When you reuse your batteries, you can likewise stop poisonous chemicals from land fills or poor disposal.
Why Do I Need This Service?
Your automobile’s battery is vital to start your engine. Battery recycling can minimize the resources needed for manufacturing brand-new batteries. Allow our team of technicians to help you in deciding on the right battery for your vehicle. We can also safely and professionally install your battery and get you back on the road. Come in today for all your battery care needs.
To help you care for your battery, we suggest the following:
Clean and take out rust and add anti-corrosive protection
Tighten up loosened hold-down clamps and terminals
Test battery condition
Check the alternator belt tension and wear
Remember to turn off headlights, interior lights, and the vehicle radio when the vehicle isn’t in use
Why is battery service important for my vehicle?
Under-hood temperatures, vehicle vibrations, and extreme cold/hot climate conditions damage the internal components of a battery, limiting its life expectancy. If your battery fails, so does everything else.
How often should I get my battery checked?
The average life expectancy of a battery is about four years. However, if you experience any of the following electrical-system warning signs, it might be time to get your battery checked:
- You have to jump-start your vehicle to get it running
- Your engine turns over slowly, or not at all
- Your battery warning lights stay on
- Some of your electrical components aren’t working