Car Batteries Brisbane

Browse our range now and we can install your batteries Brisbane wide! Buy from the battery shop Brisbane trusts, Action Auto Electrical & Mechanical!

Is your car taking those few extra cranks to get going in the morning? Headlights and dash light looking a bit dim? You might be up for a new battery. Help your car start up the first time, every time with our range from the leading supplier of batteries Brisbane wide! We can also cover your car battery replacement Brisbane wide! When you buy from Action Auto you have access to over 40 years of knowledge and experience with transparent service at your disposal. So don’t wait, shop from the leading battery shop Brisbane vehicles rely on!

If you’re still unsure or just want to speak to an expert, don’t wait! Call Action Auto Electrical & Mechanical today on 07 3623 3200, alternatively, you can e-mail the battery store Brisbane relies on to get them going again at [email protected] or you can get in touch online, now.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do car batteries really last?

Typically, the lifetime of car batteries Brisbane vehicles use will vary depending on a number of factors. From the manufacturer, cranking amps, voltage, heavy usage, etc. While some cars can get up to 5+years out of a battery, the average life span on batteries is somewhere between 2-3 years. It doesn’t hurt to have your battery tested often. New car batteries Brisbane wide going dead quicker than their warranty period can often lead to other electrical problems in your car which will require more attention. Get in touch with Action Auto Electrical & Mechanical and have your battery tested in just 30 minutes!

How can you tell if car battery needs replacing?

1.     Slow Cranking or Start Up

If you’re noticing that its taking a little longer than normal for your car to get going, it could be a sign that your battery is on its way out.

2.     Check Engine Light Is On

In modern vehicles, check engine or dedicated battery voltage warning lights can alert you to a low voltage or dead battery. Check your car’s user manual for more specific information.

3.     Dim Interior or Exterior Lights

It’s not just you, if your car battery approaching its end, you could have dimmed or even flickering headlights or interior cabin lights.

Can I replace car battery myself?

While a battery replacement can be done DIY, it is both against the battery and often the vehicle manufacturers warranty as it can cause serious health complications and injuries and in severe cases, death. Therefore, its best left to the professionals at a battery store Brisbane residents take their cars to. Call Action Auto on 07 3623 3200 for your testing and battery replacement.

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