Jeep Battery Commonly Asked Questions & Replacement near St. Louis

What is the Average Working Voltage for a Jeep Cherokee?

An idle battery should show about 12.5 volts when the car is not in use. Any number below this is a sign that the battery is deteriorating and should be replaced as soon as possible.

Does Jeep's Warranty Plans Cover Batter Repair and Replacement?

The Basic Limited Warranty offered by Jeep provides full coverage of he battery and other genuine Mopar parts. Any parts that are found defective or unresponsive due to poor workmanship are covered at no cost.

What is The Average Lifespan of a Car Battery?

With proper care and maintenance, the battery will last for up to six years of continuous use. Lower quality batteries can last from two to four years instead. To get the most out of your battery, make sure to constantly maintain your vehicle.


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  • Chesterfield

How to Replace the Battery in a Jeep

Installing a Battery in Various Jeep Cherokee Models

Take a look at the simple process for replacing the car battery in your Jeep and the essential steps required that are unique for various Jeep Cherokee models.

Replacing Battery Terminals for Additional Performance

This How to video highlights all of the most important steps to replacing and upgrading your battery terminals for increased battery performance and longevity.

Upgrading or Replacement Guide for Jeep Wrangler JK

A new battery is a simple and rapid upgrade that really shines. Off-roaders will enjoy additional outdoor performance with the cutting edge electrical power that your Jeep needs to conquer anything in its path. If you are running additional off-roading features like lights o...

Replacing the Battery in Your Jeep Grand Cherokee

This video highlights the safest measures to take when replacing the battery for Jeep vehicles. This strategy works for Jeep Grand Cherokees of multiple model years. Changing the battery can be a dangerous process, so following these steps for safe removal will help you take...


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About Laura Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Service Department

A car battery is one of the most integral parts to standard vehicle operation. To power the ever-growing selection of electrical parts in the car, it is very important to ensure that the battery is functioning properly. This is highly important for vehicle safety and standard operation of the engine, transmission system, brake system and wheel responsiveness.

With proper care and attention to battery performance, most drivers will find that a typical car battery will provide them around four years of consistent operation. This all depends on independent vehicle use as well as weather conditions. If your vehicle is operating in a colder climate, then the battery may be draining quicker due to etra power being allocated to accessories inside the car.

2. The Interior/Exterior Lights Are Dim or Won't Start and Engine will not Start Properly The batteries power all of the electric functions of your vehicle, making its proper function a priority. If you are experiencing faulty performance from the vehicle lights or engine, it is a sure-fire sign that it is time to make a battery replacement. There are additional problems that can be a cause of faulty engine or lighting, so be sure to have a professional inspect your vehicle if it is a recurring issue.

4. Added Difficulty When Starting Your Car's Engine on a Cold Day Newer batteries are built to last in a variety of climates. However, there are some ratings that differ based on the battery you choose. The first in the rating for cold-cranking, which shows how many amps from the battery are required to start your car after it has been sitting in the cold for an extended period of time.

5. Your Car Needs Frequent Jump-Starts If you are requiring to jump the car more frequently, then it is a sure sign that the battery is in need of replacement desperately. This is the easiest sign to tell that it is definitely the battery that needs replacing.

3. Inconsistent Battery Functionality If a battery is working at a time and not working at other times, it is a sign of a battery replacement. Have a professional check to see how the connection of the battery looks as well as the cleanliness and functionality of the battery terminals. It could be that the cables are experiencing some difficulties, which could call for an easy replacement. If your battery works some days but is dead the next, there could be two problems at work.

Five Symptoms of a Dead Battery or Signs to Replace Your Current Battery: 1. The Cranks of the Engine Will Not Start When you turn the key in the ignition or press the push to start button, it is most likely that the battery is dead or depleted. Starting the engine takes a majority of the battery's energy. So the battery may not appear completely dead, but it is a sign it is time for a replacement. In a case like this, you can have a service or certified mechanic jump-start your vehicle. Ensuring that you run the engine and drive after a jump-start will help your battery recharge.

Laura Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Service Hours

Monday07:30 - 17:00

Tuesday07:30 - 17:00

Wednesday07:30 - 17:00

Thursday07:30 - 17:00

Friday07:30 - 17:00