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Your car battery is the life of your car and without it, you are not going to be able to go anywhere at all. As your car ages, so does your battery, which means you need to test it on a regular basis.
Your auto battery ages over time. There is no way of stopping this, but we can stay on top of its condition.
Your battery is exposed to all of the elements living here in Ohio. At times, this can cause them to wear out more frequently. Which makes it even more important for you to get it tested on a regular basis.
If you have a battery that is older or start to have trouble starting your car, come into our Deleware auto shop soon! One of our certified technicians will hook your battery up to a tester. This will then tell the technician how much life is left in your battery. It will also tell you if the battery needs to be changed or not. After testing, they will inspect your entire charging system; alternator, battery cables, and car starter if they see fit.
Battery failures are one of the leading causes of a vehicle breakdown. If you suspect that your vehicle battery might be getting old, you can always have it tested to see if it needs to be replaced. This testing can catch numerous things, like an improperly charged battery, signs of corrosion, and bad battery cables.
Catch issues before they get serious! This test and visual inspection is simple, but can save your day!
Delaying this type of testing is going to end you up with a battery that is not charged and you may end up needing a jump start. A battery that is not working properly is not going to have the power you need to get down the road, plain and simple.
Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC is a fantastic dealership, which also houses a state-of-the-art service center. Schedule an appointment or check-in online, enjoy our comfortable waiting area while your battery is being tested, or take complimentary loaner vehicle out to run errands.