If you've ever been greeted by a blast of hot air when you turn on the air conditioner, you know how miserable a drive can be when the AC isn't working. But did you know that without regular maintenance an air conditioner loses about 5% of its original efficiency per year? We can help recover most of that lost efficiency.
Your car's electrical system powers everything from the ignition and fuel systems to accessories such as your radio, headlights and wipers. The electrical system is, in turn, powered by the engine. When your car's engine is off, the battery provides the required power to the rest of the system, as well as during start-up (cranking). It also supplements the power from the charging system during periods of high demand. This is the heart of the electrical system. It consists of three main components: the belt-driven alternator, various electrical circuits, and a voltage regulator.
Composed of a series of lead plates submerged in a 35% sulfuric acid/65% water solution, your 12-volt battery houses a chemical reaction that produces electricity which is channeled into your vehicle's electrical system. When your car's engine is off, the battery supplies electricity to all of the electrical system components, including the essential power required to start your vehicle, and in periods of high demand, the battery also supplements power from the charging system.
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