New Delhi: Sometimes a strange situation arises due to the car not starting, and sometimes very important work is also missed. You get furious with anger. Now nothing like this will happen if you follow these simple steps.
Keep checking the battery water from time to time. Use only distilled water (water) when it is low. This is completely pure water. There is no inaccuracy in it, if you accidentally or unknowingly give normal water, then TDS will cause the car battery to deteriorate quickly.
It is also called Nakkha in simple and common language. This is where the car’s wire is attached to the battery. Here after a few days you will find acid deposits, which keep cleaning. It freezes at a single point. Keeping it clean will not damage the wire.
Petroleum jelly or vaseline
If acid is freezing on the terminal of your car battery, which will freeze due to chemical reaction. It starts damaging the wire connected to the battery very quickly. That’s why many people put Greece on it due to lack of correct information. which is wrong. You should only use petroleum jelly or Vaseline on the battery terminal. Battery terminals and wires are largely protected from acid deposition.
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Replace battery at the right time
Since the battery is a chemical reaction thing. It should be changed at the right time so that any kind of risk can be avoided. It should not be thrown somewhere like this, but while taking a new battery, it should be given to the dealer who bought the battery, from which he will also give you money in exchange for the battery and send this battery to the company for recycling. Also, take care of the company and warranty while taking a new battery.
Simple and safe drive
To get good output from any machine, it is necessary to take proper care of the machine and use that machine carefully. If you drive your car properly, then there will be no unnecessary pressure on the battery and the car battery will last for a long time without any problem.
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