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Auto repair in Mesa isn’t just about fixing problems. It is also about stopping problems before they start. Part one of a three part series explores some steps to take during the hot summer months.

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Call your Auto Mechanic in Mesa and Replace Your Car Battery

High Temperatures and Your Battery Life

Arizona has one of the most unique environments in the US. Summer temperatures here can easily top 120 degrees. That alone is hot, however, the surface temperature can easily reach temperatures hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk or the asphalt. If you’ve been here long enough, you know better than to walk around barefoot outside after 6am, as even the ground can hurt your feet. But have you ever thought about the effect the sun has on your battery? You may need to replace your battery sooner than you think

Your car battery isn’t just battery acid. It also has a bit of water inside of it. Even if you have a garage, your car is exposed to heat. The heat slowly bakes the moisture out of your car battery, particularly in the hot dry months from May to July, which means that in about three years, your car battery will need to be replaced.


You get up and get ready for work. You turn your key and the ignition, and you hear a rapid clicking sound. That means your car battery is probably dead. Big deal, you think. I’ve got a car battery charger, or my significant other can give me a jump. That works in the short term, however, considering the toll the Arizona summer can have on your battery, when it starts to go bad, pretty soon all the jumps and charges in the world won’t make a bit of difference. You’re going to have to replace your car battery instead. And your best bet is to get a hold of a mechanic to do it. Why? Well, for one, you want to make sure it is the battery that is the problem. Sometimes, it can be bad wiring, or maybe your alternator. You won’t know for sure until you get it into a shop.

So remember, like you, the summer heat can cause problems for your car. As such, make sure that you take care of your vehicle, and call an auto repair shop in Mesa, AZ today.

For more information on batteries and electrical repairs, read one of our other articles here.

For more information on the summer heat’s effect on your car, be sure to read part two as well.


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