Your car needs a serious jolt of power to start the engine and energy to power accessories when the motor is off. Your 2018 Toyota Camry battery stores enough electrical energy to supply those demands. If your car's battery isn't holding a charge or it's shorted, electrical functions will suffer and your car may not start. It's an easy job to change it, though, and AutoZone has 2018 Toyota Camry batteries
that fit just like the original.
How Do Batteries Work
Cars are designed to operate on 12 volts of electrical current. Each battery contains six cells that store approximately two volts each. Energy is stored in the battery to provide power on demand for your car's accessories and computers, and especially the car starter. Batteries are rated based on amperage, an ability to deliver power in the cold, and reserve power. There are different sizes to accommodate various installations, and the battery for 2018 Toyota Camry models is either an H6 or H5 size.
Signs Your Battery is Failing
The average lifespan of a car battery is three to five years before its capacity diminishes and it needs to be replaced. If your battery is failing, symptoms can include slow cranking, a clicking noise when you turn the key to start the engine, dim headlights, and pastel-colored corrosion on the battery terminals.
Cost to Replace a 2018 Toyota Camry Battery
Changing a battery is a task most DIYers will be comfortable doing, and it only takes a few tools to complete. Under the hood, disconnect the battery cable clamps from the terminals on the battery. Then, loosen the battery hold-downs and lift the old battery out. Install the new battery, secure it, and connect the battery cables to finish.
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