One of the most significant factors that contributes to your car battery not functioning at peak efficiency is extreme weather. When temperatures become too hot or too cold, your car battery will not work to its optimal potential.

A car battery that exposed to outside temperatures of 92 degrees Fahrenheit on a consistent basis will last less than 50% as long as one typically exposed to temperatures at the 77 degree mark. The capacity of a traditional car battery drops by about 20% when exposed to freezing temperatures. Capacity drops even further as the temperature drops even lower.

If you've questions of concerns about your car's battery, or if you are in need of service, visit us at your convenience at Acura of Honolulu. We're located in Honolulu and have a comprehensive service center staffed with highly knowledgeable professional ager to assist you.


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