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Preserving Your Fort Worth Battery One of the most essential elements of any automobile is a car battery, which luckily they are not the most expensive aspect to owning a car. You won't be able to go anywhere if your battery isn't operating, so you should do everything possible to ensure that you take good care of your Fort Worth batteries. A few maintenance tips can help you save a few hundred dollars in the long run. Cleaning the terminals located on top of the battery every several months with a wire brush helps keep the connection and the battery clean. What this does is ensure that there isn't any dust, corrosion or anything else trapped between the connectors and the terminals that could potentially disrupt the flow of power. You must also ensure that the terminals are tight and secure in order to keep power from draining out of the battery, which makes the battery work much harder to make your vehicle start. Consider removing the connector from the battery's negative terminal if you will not be using the automobile for a long period of time so the battery does not slowly lose its charge because it is still supplying power to the clock as well as other electrical components. Make sure the connector is well away from the battery when bringing down the hood in order to avoid a negative electrical charge accidentally. To help the alternator charge up your battery, if you do not drive the automobile very much, be sure to occasionally start it and drive it for about twenty minutes. You must drive the vehicle in addition to just starting it up or the battery is not being recharged appropriately. Your vehicle was built to go places, so let it do its job. If you have Fort Worth batteries that are maintenance free, you might actually be doing yourself more harm than good. Dead maintenance free batteries will be needing plugs that are sufficient enough to fit inside the holes your going to be drilling into your battery itself. Battery plugs can be bought for about five dollars a piece. It's also a good idea to get a battery acid tester, which won't even cost you ten dollars. Goggles, gloves, a drill and the proper sized drill bit is likewise needed. Find the small grooves located at the top of the battery where each hole will be drilled and start to drill carefully. Do not accidentally fracture the casing, so do make sure you handle the drill gently. When you've managed to drill through the plastic top, give the drill bit a very good cleaning before you take it from the hole. Repeat these steps until each of the holes on the battery are open and utilize the battery acid tester to check the acid levels in the battery to determine if they are level. An appropriate charge can not be maintained in a battery that has weak acid. It is advisable to heat sixteen ounces of distilled water to one-hundred and fifty degrees just before adding nine ounces of Epson salt, if you have a low level of battery acid. Well before filling each hole, carefully remove the acid that is there and then replace it with the Epson salt and distilled water. The next phase is to replace the plugs or caps and for a least a day, charge the battery on a slow charger. The next time you go out to crank up your vehicle, you will have a fully performing battery. Keep up with the maintenance on your Fort Worth batteries and you won't have to keep up with every dollar and cent in order to purchase a new battery every few years. The Fort Worth batteries available at Pro Battery of Fort Worth, TX are accessible in a fantastic Pro Battery

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Preserving Your Fort Worth Battery  

The Fort Worth batteries available at Pro Battery of Fort Worth, TX are accessible in a fantastic variety. For much more details on Pro Batt...