I recently had to change out and replace the battery in my 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Whenever I need to update, replace or repair anything on my vehicle, I first visit or call my local AutoNation store. So, when was the last time you changed your car battery? Do you know where to find it? If you said “under the hood“, you may or may not be correct. At first I couldn’t find my car battery so I consulted my User’s Manual. Car batteries are like pet goldfish. There’s never really any sign that they’re about to croak; they just do. The last thing you need is to be stranded due to a dead battery, so I always suggest first bringing your car or truck to an AutoNation service center where members of their team will test your battery’s voltage as part of their free 10-Point Pit Stop inspection.
Should they find your battery is nearing the end of its service life, he or she will gladly find and install a new battery for your car. A quick and easy process, getting your car’s battery replaced before it dies will save you time and money in the future. After all, we all have better things to do than wait for a service truck to tow us to safety due to something as easily preventable as a dead battery. Be sure to schedule a service appointment at your local AutoNation retailer to be sure your battery is alive and well.
Click HERE to take advantage of limited-time discounts on recommended services, maintenance and genuine parts, performed by AutoNation factory-trained technicians. Below you’ll find a video of me removing, installing and testing my new car battery. The car battery I purchased from my local AutoNation store was $159.99.
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