Auto Repair & Services
- Air Filters
- Alternator Repair
- Air Conditioning Repair
- Auto Repair Service
- Belt & Hose Replacement
- Brake Repair
- Car Service & Preventative Mainentance
- Engine Repair
- Cooling System Replacement
- Driveline Repair
- Flat Tire Repair
- Fluid Inspection & Replacement
- Muffler Repair & Exhaust Inspection
- Oil Change Service
- Suspension Repair & Alignment
- Tire Balancing
- Tire Installation
- Tire Rotation
- Auto Tune-Ups
- Wheel Alignments
- Windshield Wiper Blades
Batteries & Replacement
At Stratham Tire, we’re dedicated to providing friendly and professional automotive services that get you back on the road and keep you on the road with convenience and competitive pricing. For drivers in New Hampshire and Maine, battery failure is never convenient. For fast, convenient, and competitively priced battery service – drivers turn to Stratham Tire
Is your battery dead or slowly failing? Is your car sluggish to start? We’ll get you back on the road without breaking the bank. Schedule an appointment today for your nearest Stratham Tire Location
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Signs you might have a dead (or dying) battery:
- 1. The Engine “Cranks” But won’t actually start: This is usually a good sign that there’s something wrong with your battery or your starter.
- 2. Nothing Seems to Work: If you turn the key and simply nothing happens, there’s a good chance that your car’s battery is dead. This one is usually easy to diagnose
- 3. “Cold Cranking” isn’t quite Working: “Cold Cranking” refers to your battery’s ability to start up for the first time. If you frequently notice that it takes your battery a couple tries to start the car, it could be an early warning sign that your battery is ready to fail.
- 4. You’ve Jumped Your Car (a lot): If you frequently have to “jump” your battery, it’s probably time for a new one. Using jumper cables or a jump box can be hard on a battery, which can also put stress on your alternator and your starter. This can turn an inexpensive fix (a new battery) into a more expensive one (a new alternator or starter, or both.)
How to Extend the Life of Your Car or Truck batter
- Keep the terminals clean and free of corrosion and rust
- Make sure the battery is secure, and doesn’t vibrate while driving
- Help keep your battery insulated from extreme temperatures, most new cars already do this. For some older cars, battery insulation kits are available.
- Keep an eye on wear and tear
- Don’t forget to turn off your headlights, cabin lights, and other electronic accessories while the car isn’t in use
Auto Battery Service across New Hampshire and Maine
Your car is useless without a properly functioning batter. Eliminate the hassle with the help of Stratham Tire. If your battery isn’t working properly, or won’t seem to hold a charge – allow our staff of friendly professionals to recommend a battery that will get you back on the road.