Symptoms of Dying Battery
Your Nissan is made up of thousands of parts that help it to deliver the performance and reliability that you have come to expect from one of Canada's most loved and respected brands. Keeping your Nissan operating at top form requires attention to detail and following an easy maintenance schedule. Maintaining your vehicle properly will help to create peace of mind because you utilize your Nissan for all the important journeys in your life. Taking the kids to soccer practice, a weekend trip to the cottage, and a quick run to the grocery store all require a vehicle that is reliable and safe. The best way to maintain your vehicle is to use genuine Nissan parts that are designed and engineered to not only fit your Nissan but provide it with the performance you want and need. One of the most important parts of your Nissan is your battery, especially because of Canada's varying seasons. A dead battery can become an extremely inconvenient situation, possibly leaving you stranded.
Residents of St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Beaumont, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Devon, Stony Plain, Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas of Alberta are invited to West End Nissan to take advantage of our state of the art service and parts centres. And don't forget to schedule an appointment online to have your battery checked/diagnosed by our skilled technicians.
Symptoms of a Dying Battery
A typical battery lasts anywhere between three to five years, depending on where and how it is used. The heat and cold can both have adverse effects on the life of your car battery, and as it is used and ages, there are some signs that will let you know there is a problem. Some of these signs include a slow cranking engine when you try to start your vehicle, the dreaded clicking noise when you turn the key, your interior lights start to become dimmer, and the inevitable jump start.
You can avoid all of this by having your battery regularly checked. If you have any questions regarding your vehicle battery and its condition please don't hesitate to contact us. Our trained technicians are ready to get you back on the road safe and sound.