Your car battery needs to be stronger than ever before to run all of the on-board electrical devices and accessories—computers, power steering, headlights, stereo, GPS, A/C—oh, yeah, and start your car. The average car or truck battery will last at least five years. Replace yours before it’s too late! Symptoms of a weak battery include difficult starts, dim headlights or dash lights, and halting performance of electrical accessories.
Come to the pros at Mr. Tire for a FREE battery & electrical system check. We use a modern analyzer to make sure your battery still holds an adequate charge. If not, we can help you find a replacement with the capacity to turn over your engine in cold weather and run all of your vehicle’s electrical gear. If you are in need of car battery replacement, talk to one of our experts and we’ll help you find the right fit for your vehicle.
Start with a Good Battery
When you buy a new battery, match the specifications in your owner’s manual with the specifications on the battery label, including:
Group size –
battery case dimensions and placement of terminals.
Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) –
ability to start your engine at 0 degrees. Select a battery that meets or exceeds the CCA number for your vehicle.
Reserve capacity (RC) –
how long your car will run on battery power alone.
check the date; don’t buy a battery more than six months old.
+2010 Honda Accord. Dealer price based on dealer phone shops.