Hello Mikey here, It is not fun to have a dead car battery. I wanted to capture many of the frequently asked questions people ask me as they are weighing the options on how to fix the dead car battery problem.
Question: How much does it cost to replace a battery in a car? How much is it to get a new car battery? How much does a car battery cost at Walmart? Car battery replacement cost Walmart? How much does a car battery cost at Autozone? Car battery cost Honda Accord? Costco car battery cost? New car battery price?
The time involved in buying a new battery is roughly 1 day of research and then 1/2 day to get the battery changed by someone or by yourself. I review this in my post Time Investment of Car Battery Replacement. If you do it yourself then you need another 1 1/2 days to research and dispose of the old battery. The cost for a new car battery replacement is on average $100 and you’ll replace it every 3 years or so. Adding this up over a 10 yr period you will spend $400.
The costs of replacing dead car batteries over a 10 yr period is roughly $400. I review this in my post Costs of Car Battery Replacement. I recommend this new battery restoration process, which will cost you $49 for the manual and you get a 60-day money back guarantee. After buying the manual you will need some more tools to do the process which will take your total to roughly $127 so you will pay this back on your second battery purchase. The time investment will take you around 1 1/2 days to do but as you get better at it you will eventually be able to restore the battery within a few hours.
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Question: How long is the life of a car battery?
I touch on this topic in my post Costs of Car Battery Replacement. The life of a car battery is determined by how long the battery can maintain the chemical interaction to produce the electrical potential do push out electric current. This lifespan is dependent on a few factors: 1) The operating environment of the battery such as weather, temperature; 2) The maintenance of the battery by the person that owns the battery; 3) The materials used to construct the battery by the manufacturer; 4) The manufacturing process of the manufacturer to make the battery. All of these factors play into how long the battery will last in your automobile. Some are within your control and some are not within your control. On average batteries last between 2 to 5 years in your car and an average is around 3 yrs.
This new battery restoration process doesn’t change the length of the car battery’s lifespan directly. You’ll still have to perform the restoration process when the car battery is depleted again. There is a supplementary guide that you can also buy from this same author that does help to prolong the lifespan of the battery.
Question: Is changing a car battery easy?
I cover this in my post Time Investment of Car Battery Replacement. I cover the steps it would take for you to replace the battery yourself.