Your car battery may be built to last but can still suffer from premature wear when it's exposed to extreme temperatures. The car battery can be affected if you choose to drive in humid, hot conditions because corrosion starts to form on the parts of the battery. Once corrosion is present, the battery won't work.

You'll also find it to be more difficult to start the car once it's exposed to high or low temperatures. The battery may not always be reliable and will require trying to start the engine multiple time each time you want to spend time on the road. The liquids of the battery are also affected by the heat and prevent the battery from having a charge. In low temperatures, you'll notice the battery can immediately die without any warning. Your lights may not turn on in the cabin, or the car may not start.

 

Categories: Service

Subscribe to Our Blog

Popular Tags