The boiling temperatures of the summer can work a number on your vehicle’s battery. You may not notice until the temperatures cool down and you’re stranded because your car won’t start. Many automotive-related issues are often blamed on the winter weather. However, it’s often the extreme heat that does the most extensive damage to your vehicle and especially its battery.
MELTING THE LIFE AWAY…
Heat can accelerate chemical activity within the battery and may lead to internal corrosion. Excessive heat can also cause evaporation of fluids inside your battery, literally draining its life.
PREVENT THE DAMAGE
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