If your vehicle is hard to start and/or has dim headlights when the engine is turned off, your battery is getting weak and should be replaced with a new Toyota TrueStart™ battery. Manufactured to Toyota's exacting standards for quality and performance, these batteries offer the right combination of cold cranking amps (CCA) and reserve capacity (RC) for reliable performance regardless of climate.
Toyota TrueStart™ batteries have been approved by Toyota engineers for years of trouble-free service–and no one knows your Toyota better than they do. Schedule your appointment at Milton Martin Toyota to have your battery serviced or replaced. We will also properly dispose of your old battery to conserve our environment!
Routine preventative measures can help your battery last in your Toyota for as long as possible. If you’re wondering why Subaru service at our dealership, one of the many things we can help you with is routine battery maintenance. Our technicians will service your Toyota battery and then tell you an approximate date to come back and have it looked at again.
Plus, we have rotating car service specials that you can check out before scheduling your appointment for the chance to save some money! Last but not least, by simply driving mindfully, you can help prevent any future problems for your battery. Always be sure to switch off any lights, unplug any chargers, and close all doors completely.
Portable battery chargers can be a lifesaver in emergencies. However, if you’re constantly using one to charge your battery, you’d be better off just getting a replacement battery.
Make sure you are carefully following the directions when using a battery charger. A car battery is extremely delicate and potentially dangerous. In the interest of safety, we recommend going to a professional service technician.
Most car batteries will last between 3 to 6 years, but we recommend that you replace your battery every 4 years.
There are a few crucial warning signs you need to be aware of that your car battery isn’t working like it should. The most noticeable, however, is a slow, sluggish crank from your engine when you attempt to turn it over; since it takes a lot of energy to get your vehicle started (especially when it’s cold out), a dying battery will take longer to achieve this.