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Manchester Batteries and Parts
There are many parts centers in the greater Manchester area to consider when it is time to get your battery, or any other component of your car replaced. Certified dealerships, such as AutoFair, offer a combination of service and parts at competitive prices and certified, trained technicians who will fix your vehicle right the first time; you can't beat that! Furthermore, as a certified NH dealership, we offer extended benefits such as replacement parts with a limited warranty. Looking to schedule your next service or shop for accessories and parts all without leaving the comfort of your home? View AutoFair's online service form to schedule your next appointment.
Getting a New Battery
You may wonder how to know when it is time for a battery to be replaced. It's important to know the signs of a worn battery before you find yourself in need of a jump start as few vehicle emergencies are more common and more avoidable than a dead battery. There are signs your battery may be worn or damaged, and if you are unsure, trust the professionals at AutoFair, who will be glad to do a battery check to make sure your battery is in top shape. Various signs of battery wear that indicate the need for a checkup at AutoFair include visible corrosion around the terminals or posts, frays or cuts in the battery cables, damage on the terminals or posts, bulging or deformity in the battery casing, loose battery cables or terminals, and of course, difficulty getting your engine to start. View our online Parts order form if you are in need of a new battery now.
Maintain Your Vehicle For Long Lasting Value
Every consumer wants to maintain the value of their vehicle, whether they are expecting to sell it in a few years, or drive it for many more. One component of your vehicle that needs checkups is the battery. So how exactly does a battery work? When you turn the key in your vehicle a signal is sent to the car's battery. Upon receiving this signal, the car battery takes energy that it has been storing in chemical form and releases it as electricity. This electrical power is used to crank the engine. The battery also releases energy to power the car's lights and other accessories. Before you take a long trip, or when you're having your car serviced, have your battery tested. It could save you a lot of time, money and frustration down the road. Properly maintaining and servicing your vehicle as directed in your owner's manual is the best way to keep your vehicle in top shape. For the most in NH Parts savings, visit our Car Parts Specials!