Your battery is an essential part of starting up your vehicle, and battery failure can cause major headaches. If you notice any of these signs of trouble, come into our service center for Jeep® battery service as soon as possible.

Regular Scheduled Maintenance

How you drive your Jeep vehicle will affect how quickly it needs to be replaced, but all batteries need to be replaced eventually. Your owner’s manual will give you a service milestone at which your battery should be replaced, but if you make frequent, short trips, which don’t give it time to fully recharge from engine power, it may run out sooner. Tell our service team about how you drive, in case yours needs to be replaced sooner.

Seasonal Differences

Winter is famous for being hard on car batteries, and nothing is more frustrating than waiting in the cold for a jump. However, summer can be just as hard on them, as heat evaporates essential battery fluids and weakens the charge. If you’re entering either season with a battery nearing the end of its lifecycle, it’s better to have it serviced sooner rather than later.

Signs of a Faulty Battery

Your battery can stop working at any point in your maintenance schedule. If your car has trouble starting or doesn’t seem to hold a charge for very long, it’s time for your battery to be serviced. Dim or flickering headlights, taillights, or interior lights are also a sign of battery failure.

Visit Our Service Center for Jeep® Battery Service

Your battery is an essential part of keeping your Jeep vehicle running at its best. Come down to Gandrud Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, your Green Bay, WI Jeep dealership, and have our service team perform a complete tune-up today!