Everything You Need to Know About Your Battery Replacement
Replacing Your Battery With Zippity
Here’s what is included in your Battery Replacement service':
Replace your old battery with a new battery, per manufacturer specifications
Clean your battery terminal ends
Retest battery to ensure it's working correctly
Learn more about our Batteries
Zippity uses Autocraft Gold Automotive Batteries that are engineered for maximum starting power, even on the coldest of days.
3 Year Warranty
Engineered with PowerFrame positive grid technology which virtually eliminates premature failure and is up to 66% more durable and more corrosion-resistant than other grid designs
PowerFrame grid technology provides superior starting performance with up to 70% better electrical flow than other grid technologies. This means more consistent starts.
PowerFrame manufacturing process uses 20% less energy and releases 20% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than other manufacturing methods
Built to meet or exceed vehicle starting power requirements
Maintenance free for maximum convenience
Your car battery provides power to the starter, which starts your engine. Batteries typically last between 3-5 years, depending greatly on driving conditions and your use of the vehicle's electrical system.
Signs & Symptoms that indicate your battery has gone bad:
Low voltage or cold cranking amperage, as measured by a battery analyzer.
Slow engine cranking when starting the car.
The Check Engine Light appears on the dashboard.
A "rotten eggs" smell that emanates from the battery.
Severe corrosion on the battery terminals due to a fluid leak.
Understanding your battery test results:
We test the voltage (V) and cold cranking amps (CCA) of your battery using our automated battery analyzer.
The voltage and CCA numbers indicate how much power your battery is able to deliver when you want to start the engine. Batteries lose their ability to deliver power with age, so underperformance in our automated test is the surest sign that your battery may be at the end of its life and need replacement.
Typically, batteries that test results with under 12.6V may need recharging and batteries delivering under 12.3V need to be replaced.