Extreme Temperatures and Your Car’s Battery

Your vehicle’s battery provides the current that is necessary to for the starter and ignition system to crank the engine. If your battery fails, your vehicle won’t start. When the temperature is extremely hot or cold outside, it can cause your battery to have issues.

Winter is the time when your vehicle’s battery is most likely to experience issues. The frigid temperatures can hinder the battery’s ability to provide the power that is needed to start the engine. When the weather is hot, the heat can cause chemical activities in your battery to quicken, which will significantly reduce your battery’s lifespan.

The best way to keep your battery protected is to be sure it is fully charged. A weak battery is more likely to fail during the winter months than fully charged battery. If you need service on your battery, visit our service center here at Team Mazda serving the Caldwell area.

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