Mopar Battery Service
in Fontana, CA
If your vehicle requires a new Mopar battery or you’d like to get your vehicle’s battery checked, then place your trust in the experts at Fontana Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM. Our local car dealership in Fontana excels in offering a broad range of battery services. Whether you need to schedule a Mopar battery replacement or any other maintenance, our highly qualified service technicians have the expertise to handle all makes and models.
Consult with a team member to discuss new Jeep and RAM battery prices, and don’t forget to inquire about any service offers to save!
Car Battery FAQs
When do I need a new car battery?
A car battery supplies the energy necessary for your vehicle to start and operate, and it also powers the vehicles entire electrical system. Consequently, it’s crucial to recognize when a new car battery might be needed. Consider replacing your battery when:
- Your vehicle is taking longer than usual to start.
- The battery is more than three years old.
- You’ve needed to jumpstart the battery multiple times.
- Your electronics and lights are malfunctioning.
What causes a car battery to lose power?
Typically, car batteries have a lifespan of around three to five years before experiencing a decline in performance. However, several other factors can contribute to a car battery losing power. For instance, leaving your lights on overnight, even just a small interior light, can result in battery discharge.
Furthermore, exposure to extreme temperatures and frequent short trips can accelerate battery deterioration, potentially necessitating a battery replacement earlier than anticipated.
Can I prevent car battery problems?
You can take preventive steps to ensure your car battery achieves its expected lifespan, such as arranging routine maintenance checks. Additionally, always confirm that all lights and electrical devices are turned off after driving, disconnect any chargers or gadgets that could lead to potential power loss, and organize your journeys to avoid excessive short trips and extreme temperature exposure.