Here at Classic Mazda, we want you to make the best-informed decision when it comes to buying your next vehicle. If you live in an area where you experience extreme temperatures, you are more likely to put more strain on your battery. For example, in low temperatures the lead-acid in a battery puts out less charge, and therefore weakens the capacity of the battery, being more likely to fail over time. In reverse, when the temperature is hot, the lead-acid is overcharged, causing a decreased battery life.

What You Can Do To Preserve Your Battery

In the wintertime, it is important that you keep your battery fully charged. A battery that is low on a charge is easily weakened and more likely to fail. In the summertime, keep on eye on the electrolyte, and top it off when it gets too low.

If you have any other battery-related questions, feel free to reach out to us at our service center in Orlando!



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