Many people forget that their car battery can suffer from premature wear when it's exposed to the elements. High and low temperatures can have a direct impact on the battery and affect your car's ability to run and remain reliable. As a car owner, it's important to realize that low temperatures can immediately kill your car battery without any warning.

High temperatures have the same effect and can prevent the engine from turning on each time. It may take a few tries before your vehicle finally starts, which can make you delayed. The heat also leads to a lot of corrosion that forms on the parts of your battery and reduces the lifespan of the part. This reduces the charge of the battery and can lead to issues like your lights failing to turn on at random times. It's necessary to replace the battery if you notice any of these issues develop.


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