Car Battery Replacement Auto Repair Garage in South Windsor CT 06074
Precision Motor Coach helping car owners with dead batteries and car battery repalcement throughout South Windsor, East Windsor, Manchester, Enfield, East Hartford and Broad Brook Since 1994
CAR BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Wondering about your car battery? Hard starting? Wondering if you need a Car Battery Replacement?
A dead car battery will leave you stranded because your car won’t start. If you constantly need to jump-start your car, especially when it’s cold, you probably need your car battery replaced.
Need help jump starting your car? Here’s how to jump your car battery safely!
A simple battery test can tell you a lot more! In fact, it may not be the fault of the battery! Did you know that a bad alternator that’s not properly charging your car battery could cause this problem?
That’s why we always do an alternator test to be sure that the alternator is putting out enough power to keep your battery charged.
Your car battery is just one part of the system that starts your car. Here’s the details you need to know.
Your Car Battery:
Your car battery provides power in three different ways. Your car battery will provide power at start up – often called startup cranking. The battery provides power directly to the starter.
Your battery provides required power to maintain the operation of accessories when the car engine is turned off.
The battery also supplements the power from the charging system during periods of high demand – like when you’re stuck in traffic with your headlights, wipers and blower motor all running!
Your car’s charging system is made up of three main components. They are the belt driven alternator, various electrical circuits and a voltage regulator
When your car is running, the alternator provides power to the electrical system. It also keeps the car battery recharged.
The voltage regulator controls the voltage, keeping it within the proper operating range of your car’s entire electrical system.
The starting system on your car includes the ignition switch, the starter relay or solenoid and the starter motor. These three components of the starting system consume more electrical power than any other system on your car.
In short, the ignition switch controls the starter solenoid. That activates the starter motor. Drawing on your car battery, the starter motor turns the engine over or cranks it until your car starts.
But your car battery is still the heart of your electrical and starting system. Don’t be left stranded because your car won’t start!
Dead battery? Car won’t start because your
car battery is dead?
Don’t let a battery warning light leave you stranded!
Does your car battery need replacement?
Do you know what CCA’s are? CCA’s are Cold Cranking Amps
Car Batteries are rated by ‘cold cranking amps’. CCA or Cold Cranking Amps is a measurement to assure that your car battery had sufficient energy to crank the engine over when it’s cold. We can test your battery to be sure you won’t be left stranded!
If you’ve got a dead car battery, replacement is the only way to correct the problem. We’ll provide a FREE Car Battery Test to be sure that you won’t get left stranded!
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