Battery inspections verify the condition of an older battery. The inspection includes a review of physical condition looking for case bloating, leaking fluid, or corroded posts. A quality inspection like we offer should also have a two-part electrical test.
Battery testing is performed by a certified technician with a voltmeter that measures how much electricity the battery holds in reserve capacity and provides to start the engine in cold-cranking amps. If we find any problems with the battery’s physical condition or electrical performances, it should be replaced now to prevent failure that leaves you stranded.
Battery Replacement Specials
You are welcome to check on our current service and parts specials
when you are due for battery service for enhanced savings and value.
Warning Signs of Battery Trouble
You should know the warning signs of a battery losing integrity so that you can replace it promptly before it dies. The average battery will only last at peak performance for a few years. If your battery causes any of these warning signs, you should get battery service now:
- Engine starts slowly or sluggishly
- Electrical components have performance problems
- Headlights are dimmer than normal
- Battery case is disfigured
- Dashboard warning light
- Terminal corrosion