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Nothing can be more frustrating than getting into your car and it won’t start, and it never seems to happen at a convenient time. If your vehicle’s battery is dead and won’t take a charge then a maybe a new battery is just your only option. If the problem is minor and can be easily repaired, then you won’t need to pay out money for a car battery replacement.

What could keep your car battery from charging? The following are typical reasons why your car battery won’t hold a charge:

  • You’ve left your lights on, or some other accessory that draws electrical current from the battery even when your car isn’t running. It won’t take long before it drains your vehicle battery completely.
  • When you drive the car, the battery isn’t getting recharged, i.e., there is a mechanical charging problem. All vehicles have an alternator which charges the battery when the engine is running. If the alternator is failing, then it will not be able to charge your battery and you will be looking at replacing the alternator.
  • There is a parasitic electrical drain on the battery which could be caused by some electrical circuit or component not shutting down when the vehicle’s ignition is turned off. Newer cars are very complicated with new technologies that have a myriad of circuits, fuses, and components that use electrical power. If they do not shut down properly, then it drains the battery in a very short period of time.
  • The battery has outlived its lifespan and needs to be replaced. Most batteries are good for about three to four years. After that time, they weaken and are unable to take or hold a charge.

So you don’t wonder if your vehicle is going to start for you each morning, have your vehicle inspected considering all of the above reasons. Don’t tolerate a poor battery that only randomly starts your vehicle.

Want to know more about the reasons why car battery keeps dying? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Expert Car Care today for more information about a car battery replacement and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of West Allis, WI, and surrounding area.

Wondering why your car battery is not charging? Ask your auto mechanic for more information about a car battery replacement and schedule an appointment.
05
May
2018

Nothing can be more frustrating than getting into your car and it won’t start, and it never seems to happen at a convenient time. If your vehicle’s battery is dead and won’t take a charge then a maybe a new battery is just your only option. If the problem is minor and can be easily repaired, then you won’t need to pay out money for a car battery replacement.

What could keep your car battery from charging? The following are typical reasons why your car battery won’t hold a charge:

  • You’ve left your lights on, or some other accessory that draws electrical current from the battery even when your car isn’t running. It won’t take long before it drains your vehicle battery completely.
  • When you drive the car, the battery isn’t getting recharged, i.e., there is a mechanical charging problem. All vehicles have an alternator which charges the battery when the engine is running. If the alternator is failing, then it will not be able to charge your battery and you will be looking at replacing the alternator.
  • There is a parasitic electrical drain on the battery which could be caused by some electrical circuit or component not shutting down when the vehicle’s ignition is turned off. Newer cars are very complicated with new technologies that have a myriad of circuits, fuses, and components that use electrical power. If they do not shut down properly, then it drains the battery in a very short period of time.
  • The battery has outlived its lifespan and needs to be replaced. Most batteries are good for about three to four years. After that time, they weaken and are unable to take or hold a charge.

So you don’t wonder if your vehicle is going to start for you each morning, have your vehicle inspected considering all of the above reasons. Don’t tolerate a poor battery that only randomly starts your vehicle.

Want to know more about the reasons why car battery keeps dying? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Expert Car Care today for more information about a car battery replacement and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of West Allis, WI, and surrounding area.

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