Most people may be aware that vehicles draw power from the battery, however, knowing how it works is another thing entirely. Without getting too technical, a chemical reaction occurs in the battery to provide the electrical energy needed to power your car. But that’s not all, the battery continues to work while you drive in order to keep the engine running.
With that being said, it’s clear that there is a lot riding on the battery. Some even refer to it as the “little box that could”. If you notice a slow engine crank when you start your vehicle, a check engine light, low battery fluid, a swelling battery case, a stinky smell, or know your battery is around three years old- be on the lookout for failure. Trust the professional ASE-Certified Technicians to inspect your battery for you and replace it if needed. At Garber Chevrolet in Midland, we believe it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your vehicle’s battery.