There are several signs that your car battery may need to be replaced. Here are some common ones:
Slow Engine Crank
If you notice that your engine is slow to turn over when you start your car, it may be a sign that your battery is weak or dying.
If your car's battery warning light appears on the dashboard, it's time to get your battery checked.
Low Battery Fluid Level
If you have a non-maintenance-free battery, check the fluid level. If it's low, it may indicate that your battery is not charging properly.
Swollen or Bloated Battery Case
If you notice that the battery case is swollen or bloated, it may be a sign that the battery is overheating and needs to be replaced.
Corroded Battery Terminals
If you see a buildup of white or greenish residue on the battery terminals, it may be a sign of a leaky battery that needs to be replaced.
Batteries lifespan is between 3 to 5 years, so if your battery is older than that, it may be time for a replacement even if it seems to be working fine.
It is possible that issues with car doors and windows not functioning properly could be related to a weak or failing car battery.
When this happens it is best to replace the battery as it will deteriorate over time.
A distinct smell coming from a vehicle could be a sign of a battery issue, but it is not necessarily a common sign. The smell of "rotten eggs" is often associated with a malfunctioning or damaged battery, specifically when there is a leak of hydrogen gas, which has a sulfuric smell.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is best to have your battery tested by a professional to determine if it needs to be replaced. Call now for an appointment at +971 52 977 3887 or go back to the home page and clickhere: