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Battery Replacement Service in Dallas, TX

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Battery Replacement in Dallas, TX

From enjoying a Dallas Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium to going out with friends for an afternoon of great food at the Dallas Farmers Market, no matter where you want to go, a reliable, well-maintained vehicle is a crucial part of living the Texas lifestyle.

Since Dallas drivers are always on the move, proper vehicle maintenance and handling repair issues sometimes go by the wayside.

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Common Faulty Battery Symptoms

  • Difficulty starting the vehicle
  • Dim vehicle lights (interior, exterior, and dashboard)
  • Vehicle doesn’t hold a charge
  • Battery corrosion
  • Swollen battery casing
  • Electrical issues
  • Illuminated check engine light

Common Battery Repairs

1. Battery Replacement

Involves replacing your dead/faulty battery with a new battery

  • The average cost of a battery replacement is around $310 but can vary depending on vehicle.
  • Average time needed for service: 0.5-1 hours
  • How often is this service required: On average, a car battery lasts three to five years. Replacing your battery is typically a part of routine maintenance. 

2. Battery Recharge

Involves recharging your existing battery

  • To recharge a car battery, you will need to connect a compatible battery charger using jumper cables or a dedicated charging port. Ensure that the charger is set to the appropriate voltage and amperage for your car battery, then plug it into a power source and allow it to charge for the recommended time, usually several hours or overnight, until the battery reaches a full charge.

3. Ignition Coil Replacement

Involves replacing your ignition coil with a new one

  • The average cost of replacing all ignition coils is $167 but can vary depending on vehicle.
  • Average time needed for service: 1 hour
  • How often is this service required: In general, you should replace your coil packs every 100,000 miles as preventive maintenance.

Dallas Battery Replacement FAQ

1. How Do I Schedule an Appointment?

After you select the service you need, you can select a date and time that works best for your schedule.

2. What Should I Expect From a Service Appointment?

On the day of your appointment, our mechanic will contact you when they arrive at your location. Depending on the work area, our mechanic may move your vehicle to a more appropriate location on site, and they’ll get to work. Once the service is complete, our mechanic will contact you, go over a comprehensive report on your vehicle, and answer any questions. They’ll process payment for the service and will be on their way. 

3. How Often Should I Change My Car’s Battery?

Generally, car batteries can last anywhere from four to five years — with some lasting longer if well-maintained. 

How long your battery last depends on several factors, including the weather conditions of the area you live in, the electrical requirements of your vehicle, aftermarket electrical components (such as sound systems or light bars), the brand of battery, etc.

Additionally, taking frequent short drives (where the vehicle is started and stopped in quick succession) can also weaken a battery over time.

4. How Long Do Car Batteries Last?

On average, car batteries are designed to last four years before experiencing any issues. Insulated batteries tend to last long (as cold temperatures slow their chemical reaction).

5. What Are the Types of Car Batteries? 

All car batteries are either flooded or valve-regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries except for hybrid or electric vehicles. Vehicle batteries then get categorized into eight different types of battery:

  • Flooded Lead Acid Battery (Wet Cell): The flooded lead acid battery is the oldest car battery type and is very common and affordable. It’s also called the SLI battery, which stands for “Starting, Lighting, Ignition.”
  • Silver Calcium Battery: This battery type was designed as an improvement over the flooded battery technology. It’s still a lead-acid battery with an electrolyte solution.

    Still, it uses lead-calcium-silver plates instead of the lead-antimony plates in the conventional battery.
  • Enhanced Flooded Battery (EFB): The EFB battery is an optimized, higher-performance wet cell battery. It uses a liquid electrolyte solution, but it’s a sealed battery designed to take on twice the cycling endurance.
  • Gel Cell Battery (Dry Cell): Gel cell batteries were developed as a non-spillable version of a flooded battery. They’re a type of VRLA battery and are also known as dry-cell batteries.
  • Absorbent Glass Mat Battery (AGM): The AGM battery is a VRLA battery designed to support higher electrical energy demands in modern vehicles. It’s similar to a wet cell battery, but a fiberglass separator (a “glass mat”) absorbs the electrolyte solution and keeps it in place.
  • Deep Cycle Battery: The deep cycle battery is a type of lead acid battery and can be flooded or sealed. It uses a thicker battery plate in its cells and has a denser active material.
  • Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) Battery: You’ll often find the Lithium-Ion battery in a hybrid or electric vehicle (EV). The Lithium Ion battery can store more energy and has faster charging times. It’s also lighter than conventional batteries, which is essential for the electric car. Less weight means more travel distance on one charge.
  • Nickel Metal Hydride Battery: The NiMH battery (nickel-metal hydride) is often used in hybrid vehicles but is successful in some electric cars. This hybrid battery has a longer life cycle than the lithium-ion or lead-acid battery.

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