There generally aren't many signs before it happens but if your battery is dead, it may be time for a 2012 Honda Civic
battery replacement. At AutoZone, you can shop a wide selection of batteries specifically designed to fit your Civic; shop confidently, knowing that you are getting the right part at an affordable price. All of our warranty-backed options are why we are the number one destination for new battery replacement.
How to Identify a Dying Honda Civic Battery?
Most car batteries have a lifespan of three to five years, requiring you to know when it is time for a replacement. Besides sluggish and slower starts, your car's battery may give you clues when it is on its last leg and needing to be replaced. Sometimes they just die with no warning whatsoever. By getting it tested at one of our stores, you can determine whether it was the battery at fault, and quickly get a replacement.
The other signs of a failing battery
may include the "check engine" light coming on, dimmed headlights, a swollen battery case, and rusted battery terminals. If you notice any of these signs, come into AutoZone for free battery testing or have a store associate guide you in replacing your battery.
What Type of Honda Civic Battery Do I Need?
information can be found in the owner's manual of your car, you can contact AutoZone and find the ideal specifications in-store, or you can enter your vehicle's details at the top of this page. The type of battery you choose
will depend on specifications like the number of lead plates, the warranty length you are looking for, the expected battery life, and more.
Honda Civic Battery Size
The best place to find replacement information and battery size for your 2012 Honda Civic is your existing battery. You can look at your battery to see what cold-cranking amps and reserve charge you are currently using with your car; this information may be used to ensure you are using the right size battery for your car.
Price of a Honda Civic Battery
When determining the 2012 Civic battery price, you will have to factor in the battery's size, quality, brand, and power. Most batteries range in price from $100 to $250, with more expensive batteries often lasting longer and coming with a better warranty. Each of our trusted brands ensures a quicker start no matter the weather conditions.
AutoZone offers free battery services
such as testing and charging using the Duralast® Fast Charger, which can charge most automobile batteries in about 30 minutes. Your local AutoZone can provide full battery replacement options. Shop for your new battery in-store or take advantage of the Free Curbside Pickup or Next-Day Shipping for online orders.