Your car battery is not designed to withstand extreme temperatures. Both hot and cold weather can do a lot of damage to the batteries. Extremely cold weather can slow down the chemical reaction inside of the battery. Even if you have a brand-new battery, it can still be damaged by the cold weather. It may take you a lot longer to start your car.

Hot temperature will shorten the life of your battery. A battery that has been exposed to a 77-degree Fahrenheit temperature will last about 50 percent longer than a battery that has been exposed to 92-degree Fahrenheit temperature. Heat is one of the main things that can cause a battery to die.

Preventative maintenance will keep your car battery in great shape during the summer and winter. If you are having battery issues, then you will need to reach out to the dealer's service center.


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