Thursday, March 19, 2009

Car Battery Replacement

Car Battery Replacement
Around two weeks ago, our car was starting to have some trouble starting up. Back then, we were already thinking of possible car battery replacement.

Then, in the two week span of time, we jump started the car around five times. By pushing. Until today came, when the car can't be started anymore. Even by pushing. We had no choice but to have our car checked out at the local repair shop.

At the shop, the mechanic managed to isolate the issue. There was no problem detected on the charging mechanisms and on the alternator and wiring systems. The problem was a dead battery. It seems that our car battery was so old, it did not charge effectively anymore. We needed to have a car battery replacement.

We had our car battery replacement done at a battery specialty store where the technicians confirmed the problem was only only the battery. After the car battery replacement, we felt relieved that finally we don't need to worry about jump starting the car every time it won't start.


Photo credit, modenadude

3 comments:

NielsenData June 1, 2009 at 11:07 PM  

Nice to have a mechanic who is knowledgeable. Tire Kingdom may be helpful in the future. They also due battery replacements.

Start Blogging July 3, 2009 at 11:21 PM  

NielsenData, thanks for dropping by. I'll take note of your advice.

value garage equipment August 23, 2012 at 5:53 PM  

Batteries can generate explosive vapors, so always work in a well-ventilated area. Never clamp directly to both battery terminals as sparks could cause an explosion. Batteries contain acid. Be very careful when working with batteries; wear gloves and safety glasses.

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