Car Battery Replacement In Johnson City, TN

Automotive Battery Service

If you need your Battery checked or diagnosed in Johnson City, TN come by American & Import Auto Repair and let us have a look. We sell quality batteries and know how to install them the right way. Some newer cars need constant voltage to keep the computers and sensors happy.

Some cars, trucks and SUV’s need a computer to “mate” the new battery to your vehicle and reprogramming might be necessary. We can help you find the best answer for your vehicle.

How Long Do Car Batteries Last?

Did you know that the average car battery lasts about 4 years? This is because the battery itself will start to build up a resistance to being charged until it can no longer hold the electricity required to start your vehicle. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to tell if you have a weak battery until the day that it does not start your vehicle. But there can be signs such as slow starts and the familiar whirring sound of the starter trying to turn over the engine. If you start to see the warning signs, you should bring your vehicle in to American & Import Auto Repair in Johnson City, TN and have an electrical charging system check.

American & Import Auto Repair is the ASE Blue Seal Garage you can trust. We offer a wide range of automotive maintenance and repair services for your vehicle which includes battery checks and replacements. Keep in mind that even if your battery checks out, if it is four years old, then we recommend it to be replaced. Only 30% of car batteries make it past 48 months.

What battery does my car need?

Depending on your car, engine size and electrical options, your car could use any number of different battery types. Your Johnson City, TN ASE mechanic will test your battery to determine if it is at fault or there is a malfunction in the charging system.

If your alternator is going bad, your car will not be charging the battery as the engine is operating. A quick test by our mechanics will determine how well your vehicle's charging system is working.

Battery FAQ

CCA or Cold Cranking Amps are a measure of how long a battery can deliver power at 0 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 seconds and not drop below 7.2 volts