This Leaked Secret Reveals How To Bring Any Dead Battery Back To Life Again - Just Like New.
Your car battery should last about 3 to 5 years… But many people find that they have to change their car battery every 1 to 2 years. Why is this? And what can you do to prolong your car’s battery life? Well… That’s what we’ll discuss in this article. We’ll show you why car batteries die early …and what you can do to prevent this from happening. We’ll also give you 8 simple tips and tricks to maximize the lifespan of your car’s 12-volt battery. The tips we’ll teach you in this article will be simple to do …and anybody will be able to do these (even if you know nothing about cars or car batteries). So let’s get started!…
Let me say...I Never Knew I Could Do This To Make My Batteries Last So Long!
First, You Should Know That Every Car Battery’s Lifespan Has A Limit (but most people kill their battery well before it’s time). First, every car battery has a limit to its lifespan. Even if you take care of your car battery perfectly …it will still die one day. This set lifespan is called the battery’s “Calendar Life” and it’s completely independent of how many times the battery has been charged or discharged. Once a battery reaches the end of its “Calendar Life” it will become unusable. But most car batteries never make it their full “Calendar Life”… Instead, they die early because of poor maintenance and care …which you can do something about.
A Little Background About Lead Acid Batteries Before Our 8 Battery Tips And Tricks…
Lead Acid Batteries have three life phases – formatting, peak, and decline. Formatting is when the battery is new and needs to be used gently. The peak is the ideal performance phase, which we seek to maintain for as long as possible. The decline is a slow process, but one that gradually ends in the termination of the battery. Batteries in decline can still be used for quite a while but must be watched. Around this time, you can either recondition the battery or keep a close eye on it and try to replace it before a problem arises (like being unable to start your car for work).
Tip 1: Do a monthly inspection of the battery terminals to make sure they are clean and corrosion-free.
Tip 2: Do not operate any car accessories (radio, lights, or electronics) before turning on the car ignition and driving the car.
Tip 3: Make sure the car battery is secure and has good battery cables.
Tip 4: Insulate your car battery from extreme changes in temperature.
Tip 5: Fully charge your car battery at least once a week (use a car battery charger or interchange batteries if you have to).
Tip 6: Check your car battery’s water level.
Tip 7: Do NOT overcharge your car battery
Tip 8: Check your car’s alternator
Learn More in this video below or CLICK TO LEARN MORE.
#DIY #home #auto #car #trending #hacks #diyhacks
Please review our PARTNER WEB DEALS* policies.