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4 Reasons a Certified Technician Should Replace Your Import Car Battery

Posted by Swedish Motors on Apr 24, 2016 2:30:00 PM

Without it, your car will not be of much use to you. It’s something you probably don’t think much about until you discover it has stopped working. It’s your car battery of course! Most people have at least one experience with sliding into their car’s driver seat, turning the key and having nothing happen. It’s such an inconvenience many people opt to change their battery every couple of years simply to avoid the hassle of playing Russian roulette with their aging battery. That’s not a bad idea. Especially if you make sure to have a professional handle your auto battery replacement .

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Although Extreme Temperatures Cause Damage To Your Car Battery, Heat May Be The True Culprit

Posted by Swedish Motors on Apr 10, 2016 2:30:00 PM

If you equate vehicle battery failure with frigid winter temperatures, you’re not alone. Many people believe if their car’s battery is going to fail, it will probably happen on an extremely cold winter day. Batteries certainly do fail in cold weather, but you may be surprised to learn more car batteries fail in summer than they do in winter.


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Signs That Your Import Car Battery Is Failing and the Benefits of Replacing It Before It Does

Posted by Swedish Motors on Mar 30, 2016 4:19:00 PM

If you’ve ever hopped into your car, put your key into the ignition, turned the key and experienced silence rather than the roar of your engine, you know how frustrating and inconvenient that can be. Vehicle batteries don’t last forever; they will eventually fail. If you learn the signs that your battery may be failing, you can be proactive and hopefully avoid the hassle of being stranded.


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How Often Should I Replace My Import Car Battery?

Posted by Swedish Motors on Apr 12, 2015 2:00:00 PM

A car’s battery is like its heart. When it stops, the entire vehicle ceases to run. Fortunately, when your car battery dies, you can have it replaced and be back up and running quickly. All batteries do eventually stop working. The life of a BMW battery varies depending on how well the vehicle is maintained, as well as how frequently and how far it is driven. But generally, a well-maintained BMW battery can last five or more years before it needs to be replaced.


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