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Batteries

Stay charged up

Dead batteries are an easy fix, but if you wait too long to replace an aging car battery, you may find yourself stranded at the most inconvenient of times. As soon as you notice signs that your battery is on its way out, bring your vehicle in to any Mountain View location and we’ll conduct a load test to determine if it’s still capable of holding a charge.

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DON’T WAIT UNTIL YOUR BATTERY IS DEAD

Most batteries are rated to last for up to five years. Signs that it’s time to replace your car battery include slow starts, dim headlights, sluggish electrical accessories, and stains or corrosion on the battery itself. If you notice any of these signs, it’s time to get your vehicle checked out.

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HOW STRONG IS YOUR BATTERY?

Using our modern analyzer and charger, our experts will give you a report on your battery’s current condition, recharge it if it’s low or replace it if necessary from our stock of brand-name batteries.

Request an appointment online for battery or electrical repair. Or stop by at your convenience. We’re open evenings, weekends and most holidays.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT BATTERY REPLACEMENT

Your vehicle owner’s manual contains a list of battery specifications. Match the specifications to the following ratings on the battery label.

Group Size: Battery dimensions and placement of terminals.

Cold Cranking Amps (CCA): The ability of the battery to crank the engine at zero degrees. Cold temperatures slow electrochemical activity and thicken engine oil. Make sure your replacement battery meets or exceeds the CCA for your vehicle.

Reserve Capacity (RC): The number of minutes your car will run on battery power alone. If you live in a warmer climate, you might want to give more weight to this rating.

Freshness: Don’t buy a battery older than six months.

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