Extreme temperatures can have a big impact on your car battery. Whether the weather is extremely, your car may be more difficult to start. In really hot weather, the battery fluid in your battery can begin to evaporate. Bring your car to a service center when your car is hard to start.

Cold weather causes your battery to work slower. Your battery works through a chemical reaction, and in the cold weather the reaction is not as effective. In hot weather, you can ruin the structure of your battery if the fluid within evaporates. A car battery works best when the temperature is about 80 degrees, although you can have a fully functional battery no matter what the temperature is.

At our dealership, we can test your battery to see if it is damaged from weather extremes or it is in good working order. Bring your car to us and visit our service center to learn more.



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