Battery Inspection

Battery Inspection In Exeter, ON

Be absolutely sure your battery is at its best with a battery inspection. Should you need battery replacement for your vehicle, we proudly offer a wide range of auto batteries. Don't wait until your battery dies — have your Huron Motor Products Certified Service expert check your battery’s health

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Choosing The Right Replacement

Choosing the right battery can be tricky. If you have any questions, rely on your Certified Service experts at Huron Motor Products to help you choose the right battery for you.

Professional Series (car and truck batteries)

- A premium battery with many years of proven performance
- Standard warranties of 5, 6 or 7 years with free replacement up to 50 months
- Comprehensive coverage from small passenger vehicles to SUVs
- High grade materials and components ensure maximum performance
- Meets GM factory warranty replacement requirements

Advantage (car, truck and marine batteries)

- Offered at market-driven, competitive pricing
- Competitive limited warranty and free replacement limited warranty
- Manufactured with computer-controlled processes and/or monitored with dozens of quality control checks to help ensure ACDelco quality and consistency

Voyager Series (marine and RV batteries)

- Heat Sealed Case/Covers
- Built-in “Green Eye” hydrometer
- Contoured handgrips
- High Density Paste
- Wrought lead/calcium alloy
- Small window and center lug
- Thermoplastic reinforced plates
- High quality cast on strap and inter cell weld
- Cold forged terminal

Battery Warning Signs

Identifying the warning signs and getting your battery checked could save you from a more costly repair down the road. The service experts at your dealership test your battery’s health with leading-edge diagnostic equipment.
If your battery is more than 5 years old, or if you’re experiencing one of the warning signs listed below, bring your vehicle in for service...
  • You hear clicking or buzzing when you turn the ignition
  • Your vehicle has trouble or is slow starting
  • The eye (if equipped) on your battery is dark or clear
Common causes for battery failure include:
  • Loss of electrolyte due to age, under hood heat or overcharging
  • Leaving your lights on
  • Undercharging or loose alternator belt
  • Excessive vibration (loose hold-down or mounting)
  • Using tap water for electrolyte
  • Corrosion
  • Freezing

Battery Dos

  • Keep your battery and case clean. Dirt and other deposits can prematurely corrode battery terminals.
    Check the cables to make sure they are firmly attached to the auto battery terminal.
  • Always disconnect your battery’s negative cable first and reattach it last.
  • Charge in a well-ventilated area. The process of charging a battery releases highly flammable hydrogen.
  • Handle batteries carefully. A cracked case could spill harmful chemicals and cause severe burns and/or blindness.
  • Dispose of a battery in accordance with provincial, territorial, and/or local regulations.

Battery Don’ts

  • Wear jewelry when working with a battery.
  • Lean over a battery.
  • Guess as to what type/size of battery your vehicle needs.
  • Attempt to charge a frozen battery; doing so may cause the battery to explode.
  • Disconnect a battery’s cables while your vehicle is running.