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When you purchase your Dodge, the condition of your battery is brand new or gently used. Over the course of time, approximately 2-3 years, your battery will begin to wear very much like any other part beneath your hood. Once you begin to notice the battery wearing and not able to hold a charge, it is time to have it replaced.
During a battery replacement service, a certified technician will remove the old battery from your Dodge. Before installing a new battery, they will clean the battery case, removing any build-up or corrosion in the area, and then installing a new battery.
As your battery starts to wear down, you find that it is unable to hold a charge to operate your Dodge to its full capacity. With the battery on the decline, certain functions such as the radio or air conditioner may not operate to full performance. Maybe your Dodge has died on you once, but with a jump from a friendly neighbor, it boosted after a few minutes. This is an indication of a dying battery that needs replacing.
If you choose not to have your battery replaced now that it is showing signs of decline, you will find your Dodge sitting with a dead battery again. Maybe you will be on the way home from work or on your way to work. Either way, you will be heavily inconvenienced and find yourself unable to carry on with your day. If your Dodge has died recently due to a failing battery, you can expect it to repeat itself again in the days ahead.
If you are a Dodge or Ram owner in the Springfield area, or surrounding cities such as Decatur, Jacksonville, Lincoln or Taylorville, then you should be seeking out your next service from Green Dodge.
Our service department is equipped with certified technicians and a Mopar parts boutique in-house. Our waiting lounge is pet-friendly and stocked with refreshments for your convenience and available to you while we service your Dodge. If you would like to drop off your Dodge during the Early Bird hours, we offer this service, as well as loaner cars for those who are unable to stay and wait. If your Dodge is in need of a battery replacement service or any other service, contact our service department today.