Honda Battery Services
Your Honda battery will typically last between 3 to 5 years, but that can vary heavily depending on the type of battery, weather conditions, battery size, and driving habits. Even still, just because your battery isn't completely dead doesn't mean it's operating at optimal levels. For that reason, it is essential to have your battery inspected every time you visit our service center.
If you leave your battery unchecked, your Honda can put pressure on the alternator or the starter to improve power when it's not running at optimal levels. Drawing excessive power to compensate for the battery's loss of energy can make your engine run outside of ideal conditions. In the end, this is going to cost you more money to fix.
Common Car Battery Issues
One of the most natural car problems is a dead battery. We have all been there, whether you leave your lights on or leave the radio too long. But when does your Honda battery need to be replaced? Here are a few indications that your battery needs to be looked at by a Honda mechanic or replaced.
- When you attempt to start the car, it takes longer than usual to start.
- The check engine light turns on. This usually happens when your battery is losing charge.
- Battery fluid and other fluid leaks cause excessive corrosion, which is a distinguishable sign the battery needs to be replaced. Over time, corrosion will build naturally and needs to be cleaned to prolong your Honda battery life.
- If the battery fluid level is low, you need to have the battery and charging system tested.
With the help of our Honda battery experts, we will get you back on the road quickly. We look forward to working with you!