What warranty support am I eligible for?
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How do I charge a battery?
All batteries contain acid and can cause injury if not regarded as dangerous.
> Wear proper eye and skin protection.
> Charge only in an area where ventilation is adequate and the battery is unlikely to be disturbed.
> Never attempt to charge a frozen battery.
> Always keep vent caps in place while charging.
> Never allow anyone to smoke around a charging battery.
> Unplug charger before connecting the battery. Be sure to observe proper polarity when connecting charger leads to the battery.
> Refer to the charger manufacturer’s instructions for safe charger operation.
How can I determine what is the correct battery for my vehicle?
> Consult your vehicle's owner's manual. It will provide the vehicle manufacturer's group size and CCA rating requirements for your car. Or, ask your battery retailer to refer to his battery application materials for recommended fitment. Remember: Never use a battery with a CCA lower than the manufacturer's recommendation. Also, whenever available, a battery with a higher CCA is more capable of providing for the electrical needs of older vehicles, and will not adversely affect the vehicle's electrical system.
How does a battery work?
> A battery stores energy in chemical form that can be released on demand as electricity. This electrical power is used by the vehicle's ignition system for cranking the engine. The vehicle's battery may also power the lights and other electrical accessories. In case the alternator belt fails, the battery might also need to power the vehicle's entire electrical system for a short period of time.
What does CCA mean?
> Cold Cranking Amps is a rating used in the battery industry to define a battery's ability to start an engine in cold temperatures. The rating is the number of amps a new, fully charged battery can deliver at 0° Fahrenheit for 30 seconds, while maintaining a voltage of at least 7.2 volts, for a 12 volt battery. The higher the CCA rating, the greater the starting power of the battery.
What MCA or CA rates?
> This is a rating used to describe the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully charged battery at 32 degrees F (0C), can continuously deliver for 30 seconds and maintain a terminal voltage equal or greater than 1.2 volts per cell. It is sometimes referred to as Marine Cranking Amps or Cranking Amps.
How often should I replace my battery?
> Battery life will vary from vehicle to vehicle based upon many factors. If you experience unsatisfactory performance from the vehicle's starting system, or an instrument panel indication is that
there may be a malfunction, take the vehicle to have the electrical/ starting systems checked. Consider an upgrade to a battery with higher cranking performance if you experience insufficient per formance from current battery.
What causes a battery to fail?
> Heat, vibration and malfunctioning vehicle electrical systems are the largest contributors to battery failures.