Ford Battery Service in Oklahoma City
Do You Have A Bad Battery?
Determining if your battery is failing is pretty easy when you know what to look for. And if your vehicle is showing any of these signs, then don’t wait to stop by our service center. Signs that your battery is failing include:
- Unusual cranking sounds as you drive or start your vehicle
- If it takes longer for your engine to turn over
- The headlights or lights within the cabin go out suddenly or gradually flicker
- The engine won’t turn over at all while making a ticking sound
- A flickering sound before your engine comes on, or it takes more than one try
If you notice any of these problems with your vehicle, then contact our service center, or go online to schedule an appointment. Our team will be more than happy to help you!
How To Inspect Your Battery
Regularly inspecting your battery is imperative to the health of your vehicle, and its longevity. When you inspect your battery you can detect damage or cracks before they turn into battery leaks and damage different parts of the vehicle. There are generally two ways to inspect the battery by yourself. One way is by looking to see if there is any rust or anything crusty around the battery or terminals. The second way is by turning your vehicle on and off a few times. If it seems to be having trouble turning over, or if you see rust, contact our service team right away.
Trust In Our Service Center
Here at Bob Moore Ford, we strive to provide family-like service to all of our customers. That’s why we make sure all of our service team members are Ford certified and have many years of experience under their belts. Our technicians also spend hours understanding every Ford vehicle for even better service. At Bob Moore Ford we also use only genuine OEM Ford parts for all of our services and repairs. And if we don’t have the part on hand, we will make sure to get it for you. When scheduling your appointment online, don’t forget to check out our rotating service specials.