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How to get your warning light checked:
If you see a warning light, come to AutoZone.
A dead battery can be a sign of an issue with your alternator. Bring your battery into an AutoZone and get it tested to help diagnose your problem.
Signs of a failing battery:
• Dashboard warning light
• Slow or no start
• Issues with electronics or other symptoms
How to get your battery tested:
Just visit a nearby AutoZone. We’ll test the battery while it’s still in your vehicle.
If your battery is functioning properly, but low on power,
AutoZone will charge it for free.
A bad alternator can ruin a good battery. Testing will ensure you identify a power issue correctly.
Signs of a failing alternator:
• Dim or flickering lights
• Dead battery
• Battery light on
• Trouble starting or other issues
How to get your alternator tested:
Just visit a nearby AutoZone. We’ll test the alternator while it’s still in the vehicle.
This vital component can be checked quickly to see if you need a replacement.
Signs of a failing starter:
• Car won’t start
• Lights are on with no engine sounds
• Clicking noise or no sound at all when starting
*Free parts testing is subject to location, availability, and vehicle restrictions.
Equipment availability and type may vary in store.
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