Winter is coming, and that means bitter cold for us Ohio residents. While some of us love the cold and can bundle up in multiple layers to stay warm, you need to take a different approach with your vehicle. It definitely helps if you are able to store your vehicle in the garage, but not everyone has that luxury. And extremely cold temperatures can quickly drain the battery under the hood of your Honda. And it usually happens on the morning where you have a major meeting at the office or a project is due for your most important client. Luckily, we are here to help you out!
Here at Allan Nott Honda, we are in tune with the seasons and know that the fall season is the time to prepare your Honda for the winter season. And one of the most important tasks that we need to complete is testing the battery in our Honda and replace it if the juice is too low. With a fresh battery, your Honda will be more likely to start up on those mornings when it is 20 below. For your Honda battery needs, we invite you to bring your vehicle to our built-in service center, where our technicians are more than happy to help you keep your Honda healthy all season long.
A vehicle has a lot of moving parts – including nuts, bolts, springs, electric wires, and a big battery under the hood. Our friendly service experts know how everything under the hood and underbelly work so they can pinpoint any problems, solve them, and get you back out on the road!
While our technicians are experts and can easily do complicated tasks under the hood, they are always happy to do a simple batter test. From there, they will let you know where the juice level is at and make a guess on whether or not you can make it through the winter with the battery. If the juice level is too low to survive the upcoming cold temperatures, we can easily replace it using a genuine Honda-certified battery that is specially recommended for your chosen Honda model!
While some maintenance tasks are fairly easy to do on your own, we recommend having your battery replaced by our service experts because batteries are heavy and could potentially leak – and you definitely don't want to touch that acid! We also have the means to properly dispose of the old battery so that the acid will not harm the environment.
So what are you waiting for? Now is the time to have your Honda model's battery inspected before the temperatures really drop, so contact us today to set up a service appointment!