Your car battery
is a very important part of your car that allows it to run and allows you to enjoy other features such as lights, radio, air conditioning etc. This works by providing you with electrical energy so that you can run these things, and to provide the spark that starts the engine. Without it then, your car would be unable to start, and you wouldn't even be able to do so much as turn on the lights or use your window wiper.
This can be a highly alarming mechanical breakdown. You are at a friend's, or parked in a car park, and you try to start the car - only to find that it just splutters and coughs and doesn't start and that not even the lights will come on. You will then find yourself stranded and in need of help to get home - and if no help is available this can be a long wait.
What's important then is to buy a new car battery that you can use to replace your current one. This is something that will allow them to get back the supply of energy to the car and thereby get it to start again. This will then last you a long time and prevent you from needing to replace it again for at least a couple of years.
How to Tell if You Need a New Car Battery
The best way to know that you need a new car battery is of course that the car won't start and the lights won't come on. This is a sign that you are getting insufficient energy to the car and chances are this is because of the battery.
However it can also be a sign that you have a damaged alternator. The alternator is what charges the battery as you drive, and if this doesn't work then even a working battery will drain out and not recharge. Meanwhile you might accidentally run down your battery and mistake this for a broken battery when in fact you could just replace it and carry on.
If your car won't start then it's possible to get a jump start using jump leads attached to your battery and this will start the car in either scenario. From here you can then get the car home to test for problems with either the battery or the alternator. If the battery ran down due to cold weather, then this is more likely to be a battery problem. Likewise if you left lights on accidentally over night, then this might have simply drained your battery and it won't need replacing. Of course if you have recently replaced the battery or alternator and are still having problems then this is likely to be a problem with the aspect you haven't changed. If you lose charge again and it's not very cold, then you could have either an alternator or battery problem.
To test your alternator, then turn on your headlights and have the engine running. Get someone to stand in front of the car and look at them and then press the accelerator. If the lights either dim or get brighter then this is indicative of an alternator problem. Otherwise, it's probably the battery.
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