How Do Extreme Temperatures Impact Your Car Battery?
Have you ever wondered if extreme hot or extreme cold was worse for your car battery? In reality, neither are great. The team at West Herr Jeep in Orchard Park, NY is here to let you know what both extremes will do to your battery.
When it gets cold out, the thickness of your engine oil increases. This, in turn, makes it harder for it to move through your engine. Your battery will have to try a lot harder to turn your engine over, and it may not be working at full power itself due to the cold.
Corrosion and evaporation are the two main issues with extreme heat. It can get quite hot underneath the hood of your car. This can lead to the necessary liquid in your battery evaporating, which in turn causes damage. Corrosion of your battery can also happen when it starts to get extremely hot.
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