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Title: Why Do Car Batteries Go Dead in Cold Weather?


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Choose Big Lake Automotive For Top-Brand Car
Battery Replacement In Big Lake, MN
  • Visit Official Car Shop Website
    www.biglakeautomotive.com

Friendly, Honest, Neighborhood Service For All
the Customers!
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Wondering Why Do Car Batteries Go Dead in Cold
Weather?
  • Every people may want to know about Why Do Car
    Batteries Fail in winter? Mostly, cold weather
    is a culprit when car batteries die but,
    generally, hot summer temperatures usually damage
    to the most car batteries. So, it goes dead in
    winter. Mostly summer damage doesnt show up in
    the battery until the battery is more strained.
  • Remember these Warning Signs that Your Car
    Battery May be Dead
  • You hear a clacking sound when you turn on the
    ignition,
  • Your vehicle cranks slowly when attempting to
    start.
  • Your headlights hazy when idling but brighten
    when the engine is revved.
  • Your battery is more than three (3) years old.

Have Any Questions About Safe Winter Driving?
Call us on 763-263-0909!
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Is Cold Weather the Death Of Your Car Battery
Near Big Lake MN?
  • Usually, Cold temperatures can be the death of
    your car battery. Dead Car batteries are every
    time the main reasons for the surge in roadside
    assistance calls during a cold snap. When
    temperatures plummet, automotive failures
    skyrocket. Calls for battery jump starts and
    assistance with frozen locks are the top ranked
    reasons for calls to AAA. In icy cold weather
    like this, weak car batteries are the first to
    go, so it's worth having your battery inspected,
    and if youve postponed a car battery
    replacement, now is the time to take care of it.
  • According to AAA's Automotive Research Center, at
    32F, a car battery loses about 35 percent of its
    charge, and at 0F, it loses about 60 percent.
    Starting an engine in cold temperatures can take
    twice as much current as wanted under normal
    conditions. It is advisable to have your battery
    tested, as well as your starting and charging
    systems prior to the deep cold of winter.
  • Even though that heat actually causes more damage
    to batteries than cold weather, starting a
    vehicle in cold weather puts more strain on it.
    The cumulative impact of various factors over
    time allows cold weather to ultimately end the
    useful life of a battery.
  • We are Proudly Serving all the Vehicle
    Owners in Big Lake, MN, and Other
    Surrounding Areas

Request An Appointment Online Today at
www.biglakeautomotive.com
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Get a Free Consultation With our ASE Certified
Car Battery Shop!
Big Lake Automotive Shop Auto Shop Address
19868 172nd St, Big Lake, MN 55309 Phone
763-263-0909 Website www.biglakeautomotive.com E
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