How to Change a Car Battery without Losing Settings?

How to Change a Car Battery without Losing Settings

Cars need battery changes once in a while. And you can do this pretty easily. Many people do it without even going through a tutorial or something. However, one thing comes with a battery change. It’s a package that you can’t avoid easily. It’s not harmful or anything but it’s annoying. Here’s the thing- Every … Read more

How to Reconnect a Car Battery safely? [Complete Guide]

How to Reconnect a Car Battery

Everything has a lifetime. After that time, we cannot use that particular object. And batteries are no different than that.

So, changing batteries become mandatory after a certain period of time. But buying a battery costs a ton. Additionally, we have to incur that servicing cost.

As a result, many think of restoring a battery rather than buying a new one.

But no matter whatever method you choose, you’ll have to attach and disengage the battery.

So, it’s crucial to know how to reconnect a car battery properly.

But finding a complete guide about that is a bit tough. And if you know how to do that you might be able to save a few bucks.

Now, let’s charge right into the details-

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Car Battery Keeps Dying but Alternator is Good? [Solved]

Why My Car Battery Keeps Dying but Alternator is Good

Batteries go out of charge. More specifically, batteries die. But there’s a time for everything. And when your batteries die pretty often, then there’s something wrong with your car.

Here’s the thing- In the case of a frequent battery dying, our first suspect is the alternator.

Now, let’s assume your situation.

After this car battery problem, you run a few tests to determine the alternator condition. But it seems fine. So, your situation is – your car battery keeps dying but the alternator is good. right?

Two reasons might be behind this situation. One is,

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How Long Can a Car Sit Before The Battery Dies?

How Long Can a Car Sit Before The Battery Dies

How long can a car sit before the battery dies? This is one of the most asked questions about cars. Actually this depends on how we use and store it. And a short and simple answer is that a little under 2 months. Today we will discuss this matter in detail.

Cars have clocks, radios, and other things that are constantly draining the battery, even with the automobile off power. Depending on how old your battery is (older batteries do not last so long) a week is the most I’d want to leave an automobile without being launched.

If you were leaving it for longer, a battery, tender/minder trickle charger would be a good thing. You can disconnect the battery life, but that may be a nuisance with newer cars.

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