When it comes to vehicle maintenance, one of the most common problems you’ll find is a dead car battery. Nothing puts a damper on your day like a car that won’t start. If your vehicle begins showing symptoms like dim headlights, flickering interior lights or hesitant ignition, your car’s battery might need to be changed. But don’t worry, it is a simple fix to replace your car’s battery. Let’s learn how.
Visit us a Nissan of Jefferson City and schedule a quick battery diagnostic. Our expert team of ASE-Certified Technicians will be happy to inspect the battery of your vehicle and diagnose the issue. Whether it is a minor repair or a full battery replacement, our team will ensure that your Nissan vehicle will always start reliably.
We will also sell a wide selection of different battery types for both warm and cold climates. We carry all the top brands such as Duralast, Die Hard, Energizer, Duracell, Ever Start, True Start and many more. So if you are a driver from around the greater Columbia or Fulton, Missouri area, contact our service team to replace your battery today!
Our expert team at Nissan of Jefferson City have put together this FAQ section to answer some common question related to battery services.
Q: How often should I change my car’s battery?
A: It is recommended that you should change your car’s battery every three years. After five years, most car batteries will be almost entirely dead.
Q: How will I know when my car’s battery is low?
A: Hopefully before it is too late, but a few early signs that your battery is about to go will include a slow engine crank when starting the car and swelling, bloating battery case.
Q: How can I tell if it’s a problem with my car’s battery?
Usually, if your car fails to start, and no dashboard lights come on when you turn the key, it’s a good indication that the battery is dead. You can also check if your headlights work. If they, don’t it is probably a problem with the battery.