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Car Battery and it’s importance

A flat battery is among the most common causes of car breakdowns, often resulting in the need to book roadside assistance or for an emergency battery replacement..

Here are the eight main things that go wrong with car batteries:

  • Short-circuited cell due to failure of the separator between the positive and negative plates.
  • Short-circuited cell or cells due to a build-up of shed plate material below the plates.
  • Sulfation after a long period of disuse in a low- or no-charge state.
  • Corrosion or damage to the positive and negative terminals.
  • Broken internal connections as a result of corrosion.
  • Broken plates due to corrosion and vibration.
  • Damage to the battery case.
  • Low electrolyte (fluid) level.

It is recommended to check the battery every 6 months and remember like everything , battery too has a certain life. To get 3 years out of a normal battery is just as good as it gets

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