The longer that your car battery has to endure seasons of extreme temperatures, the weaker it becomes. Here is what is happening behind the casing of the battery:

In the freezing cold weather of winter, everything inside the housing of the battery could freeze. If the chemicals were to freeze, then that means they expand. If they expand too often, they could be causing permanent damage to the housing and require replacement before failing.

In the extreme heat of the long summer season, the opposite occurs as those chemicals start evaporating. If there is any loss of chemicals, then what is left has to work even harder to power up the car and keep things like the headlights, charging stations, power doors, power windows, stereo, and other accessories operating without any issue.

Visit the service center at Route 23 Honda and our crew will carefully inspect your car battery to make certain it is road ready.

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