Scenario A – You are late for work and your car cannot start? ARGGHH
Scenario B – At the end of a long tiring day, all you want to do is to go home, have a nice shower… but the car wont start? ARGGGHHHHHHHHHH
Scenario C – You are at the traffic light, in the middle of the road… car engine dies and it wont start again? =_=”
3 simple steps for checking & maintaining your car battery (normal car battery).
*Caution! – all car batteries contains sulphuric acid which is highly corrosive which can cause burns or even blindness. Check or maintain batteries with extreme caution. Recommended to use rubber gloves and goggles when working with car batteries.
Step 1 – All normal battery is made to be able to see the water level inside (see through). Check to see if the water level is close or at MAX level. You may have to shake the battery a bit to see the water moving inside.
Step 2 – If the water level is way below MAX; remove the battery terminals (negative than postive) than remove the battery caps and fill them with battery water or distilled water. You should fill the water till it’s just below the plastic covering.
Step 3 – Replace the battery caps and you’re done!
If you’re using a maintenance free battery; simply look into the indicator. If the battery is still in good condition you should see a green light. If not, it’s about time to change it.
We hope you have found this guide to be useful!
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