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Ideally, batteries should last for around four to six years. Sometimes, though, battery issues can spring up and cause hiccups in your daily Roseville commutes. Whatever those issues may be, the service center at Sacramento Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram can find the cause and get you back on the road in no time. Read on to learn more about our car battery services, and get answers to common battery-related questions.
When you visit Sacramento Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for battery service, we’ll inspect the battery and battery compartment to check for any visible damage or issues. Additionally, we’ll complete battery diagnostics to ensure everything is working as it should. Here’s an overview of the battery care services we provide:
At Sacramento Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, you’ll find only genuine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram parts — and that includes replacement batteries. We’re proud to carry Mopar Authentic Ultimate Power Batteries, which are trusted to perform and last.
Unsure what kind of battery your vehicle needs? If your car battery needs to be replaced, our Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram service experts will know which battery is appropriate for your model and trim level. We have you covered!
Your battery is a crucial element in your car’s electrical system, which includes a battery, alternator, and starter. These three components work together in the following ways:
When there’s an issue with your car’s electrical system, you’ll notice one or more of the following red flags:
A: When you hear several clicks in a row after turning on your engine, it usually means the battery is on the fritz. One loud click, however, means the culprit is likely a faulty starter. No matter what, you’ll want to schedule a service appointment right away.
A: If you had an old faulty battery replaced but you’re still experiencing the same issues, there’s likely a deeper problem at play, such as alternator issues or exposure to extreme hot and cold temperatures.
A: The answer isn’t always clear immediately. If you’ve had to replace more than one battery in a row, that indicates an alternator problem. You can also try giving your car a jump; if the battery dies while the engine is running, then the alternator likely isn’t supplying the electrical energy your car needs to run.
A: Generally, car batteries last for about four to six years. Your driving habits and the climate where you live can affect the lifespan of your car battery. Ask one of our service technicians how you can prolong your car battery’s life.