Here Comes The Cold Weather!
BE SURE OF RELIABLE STARTING NO MATTER HOW MANY DEGREES BELOW ZERO.
The lifespan of a vehicle battery is approximately 4-6 years. Unfortunately, winter is the most likely time of year for a battery to die because cold weather affects battery efficiency. But, do you know what to look for in a dying battery? Here are a few helpful tips that may signify it’s time to get a battery replacement:
- You know your battery is in the 4-6 year range.
- Your check engine light may come on if your battery is weak.
- The engine cranks when you go to start the car.
- The battery case is swollen.
If any of these issues have occurred, or if you want to check your Chevy car, truck, or SUV’s battery efficiency, visit your local Chevy dealer today. Don’t get stuck hitchhiking in the freezing cold this winter. Schedule your visit with a Chevy Certified Service expert to ensure you’re getting the most out of your battery.Locate A Dealer