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How to Test a Car Battery to See If It’s Time to Replace It

One of the most frustrating experiences you can have is when you start your car in the morning, and the engine will not turn over. Maybe it just sits there and grinds but never starts, or maybe it only makes clicking noises when you turn the key in the ignition. This can be more than an inconvenience if where you needed to go was important. The next question you might have if this happens to you is whether it is your battery or something else. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to take matters into your own hands before you call a tow truck. This article will explore how to test a car battery to see if it is time for a replacement.

How do you know something is wrong

How to Clean Battery Terminals and Connectors

We all know that battery corrosion or dirt could cause some parasite draws when the electricity not flows properly, and that could cause your car not to start.

Let’s begin. To have a good example, I could find the dirtiest terminals on my pickup truck, and they’re not really dirty because they are corroded, but they’re more dirty because I go off road and get mud everywhere. But this is still a good example on how to clean them.

Let me show you how to clean the battery terminals, so you have a perfect connection. Get your safety glasses on, grab a little bit of warm water and some baking soda and make a little slurry, to neutralize any acid that might be on

How to Replace a Battery Without Losing Car Settings, like radio stations, clocks, and central onboard computer’s settings

Let me show you how to replace the battery without actually disconnecting it from the car. You’re not going to lose 12 volts. Your radio stations don’t disappear, your clock doesn’t reset, any presets in your car don’t reset, and the computer of your car won’t reset.

Warning: if you are a beginner and don’t know how to change a car battery at all, and you never did this before, it’s better for you to skip this section and go to the manual for beginners below to avoid some beginner’s mistakes.

First, get your new battery and put it nearby. Next, you’re going to need some high-quality jumper cables. By high-quality, I mean the only parts of the alligator clip that is actually conductive is the tip. You can see the tips

How to Charge a Car Battery and How Long It Takes

Whether you need to recharge a car battery after it has been sitting in storage for some time, or you suddenly make the discovery that your car will not start, knowing what to do can get you back on the road quickly. Charging a car battery is a simple process, and there are several different ways you can do it. This article will explore how to charge your car battery, how long you can expect it to take, and give you some practical tips on choosing the right charger.

A common question many people have is, “Is there a difference between charging a car, motorcycle, boat, or RV battery?” Hooking up the battery to the charger is the same, but you need to make sure you have the right charger for the battery, regardless of

What is Battery Group Size?

Battery Groups Description

On the surface, most Lead-Acid or AGM batteries appear to be similar. However, there are many different types of batteries for different makes and models, and knowing how to find the correct size for your vehicle is a necessity. This article will explore the different types and sizes of vehicle batteries and will help you understand how to choose the right one.

What is Battery Group Size?

When purchasing a battery, you will see a series of numbers and letters in the name. These numbers and letters are the BCI group size of the battery. BCI stands for Battery Council International. This is a trade association that includes manufacturers, recyclers, distributor, and retailer organizations that supply original and after-market batteries.

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