TukarBateri now offers free car battery health check at all outlets. Our expert technicians will ensure your battery is functioning optimally. Visit any of our outlets for a detailed report on your battery’s health. We also offer battery replacement, jump-starting, and on-site assistance for your convenience.
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Frequently Asked Question
- Dim headlights or interior lights: If your headlights or interior lights appear dimmer than usual, it could be a sign of a weak battery.
- Slow engine crank: If your engine cranks slowly or takes longer than usual to start, it could be a sign that your battery is losing its charge.
- Warning light on dashboard: If the battery warning light on your dashboard is illuminated, it’s time to have your battery checked.
- Corrosion on battery terminals: If you notice white or greenish powder around your battery terminals, it could be a sign of corrosion, which can interfere with the battery’s ability to charge.
- Swollen battery case: If your battery appears swollen or bloated, it’s a sign that it’s overheating and may need to be replaced.
- Extreme temperatures: Exposure to extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, can reduce a battery’s lifespan.
- Lack of use: If a car is left unused for long periods of time, the battery can lose its charge and eventually fail.
- Overcharging: Overcharging a battery can cause it to overheat and reduce its lifespan.
- Undercharging: Not driving a car frequently enough or taking only short trips can cause a battery to undercharge, which can shorten its lifespan.
- Corrosion: Corrosion on the battery terminals can interfere with the battery’s ability to charge and reduce its lifespan.
- Vibration: Excessive vibration, such as from driving on rough roads, can damage a battery’s internal components and reduce its lifespan.
- Age: Like all batteries, car batteries have a limited lifespan and will eventually need to be replaced.
- Drive your car regularly: Regular driving will help keep your battery charged and in good working condition.
- Avoid short trips: Short trips don’t give your battery enough time to fully recharge, so try to combine errands or take longer drives when possible.
- Turn off electronics: When your car is parked, turn off any electronics like the radio or headlights to avoid draining the battery.
- Keep the battery clean: Clean the battery terminals regularly to prevent corrosion and ensure a good electrical connection.
- Avoid extreme temperatures: Park your car in a garage or shaded area to avoid exposure to extreme temperatures, which can damage the battery.
- Check the battery regularly: Have your battery checked by a professional regularly to ensure it’s in good working condition.
- Turn off the engine: When you’re parked, turn off the engine instead of idling to save battery power.