"If I only knew it earlier." Yes, we've all been there before. Fortunately, there are some symptoms that may indicate that your battery needs attention. Before it's too late.
When you notice the Sealed Gel Battery
Slow engine crank
When you try to start the vehicle, the engine starts slowly and takes longer than normal.
Check engine light
When the Sealed Gel Battery is low, the check engine indicator will sometimes appear.
The battery level is low
When the shell of the Sealed Gel Battery is usually translucent, you can always pay attention to the liquid level of the battery at any time. If the liquid level is lower than the inner lead plate: (energy conductor:), it is time to test the battery and charging system.
Swollen battery box
If your battery case looks like this, you can blame the excessive heat for swelling the battery case, which shortens battery life.
Leaks can also cause corrosion around the pillars: (+ and – where the cable connections are located. Otherwise, your car may not start.
Your Sealed Maintenance Free Battery can last for more than three years, but the current status of the battery must be checked at least once a year when it reaches the three-year standard.
How does the battery run out of power overnight?
When we are not looking at the battery, the battery can do many things. The most common way to drain the battery overnight is to turn on the power or plug in a power adapter to distribute all the battery power when you fall asleep quickly.
If there is a problem with electrical components or wiring, the battery may also run out overnight. If this is the case, please let us check so that we can fix the problem and get you to scroll again.