Looking Down the Road – Headlamps

October 22, 2015

The simple fact is that 70% of car batteries fail within 4 years. They just need to be replaced when they are no longer able to hold a full charge.

Batteries are a big ticket item for most car owners and it’s tempting to put off buying a new one as long as possible. But a battery that cannot hold a full charge requires the alternator to work extra hard, causing it to wear out prematurely.

Your service specialist can test your battery to see if it should be replaced. Testing is a good idea for motorists because a battery might still be good, but become dead because of a bad alternator or even a worn serpentine belt and tensioner.

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