Don't always say that the battery is not good! These 5 major behaviors hurt the battery most, you may not pay attention to it!

- Jan 11, 2019-

Don't always say that the battery is not good! These 5 major behaviors hurt the battery most, you may not pay attention to it!


What makes your battery damaged?

Let's take a look at the five major battery culprits

1 point when the smoke is turned off

Basically, all cars have a cigarette lighter such a device, the cigarette lighter is the effect of its cigarette light through the power supply, is a very important power output interface of the car. In order to improve the convenience and comfort of the car, many car owners often use this power port to connect many devices, such as GPS, driving recorder, air purifier, etc. These devices rely on the cigarette lighter to supply power.

The extra power equipment itself increases the burden on the battery, and the cigarette lighter of some models is still in the power-on mode when the flameout is turned off. If the external equipment is not removed, the battery power is consumed and the battery is lost.

2 Do not turn off multimedia or air conditioning before turning off

Some owners may forget or save trouble, and do not turn off the multimedia system or air conditioning system before the vehicle is turned off. These systems will automatically turn on when the vehicle is started next time, which invisibly causes the instantaneous power load of the vehicle to be too high. In particular, the air conditioner is not closed, and this will cause excessive loss of the battery in the long run.

3 long-term use of electricity after the flameout

Continued use of electricity after a flameout includes many situations, such as long-term use of the car's electrical appliances after the flameout, and forgetting to turn off the lights.

At this time, the generator of the car is not working, and the battery is in a "dry consumption" state without charging, and the decrease in its capacity is likely to cause the vehicle to fail to start, and the excessive discharge has great damage to the battery itself.

4 long or frequent fire

Each time the engine is started, the ignition time should not exceed 3 seconds. If the first engine fails to start, do not repeatedly fire repeatedly. It should be fired again after 15 seconds.

Otherwise, the battery frequently supplies a strong current to the starter, causing its own loss.

5 Do not pull out the external device after the flameout

Nowadays, there are more and more external devices for the car, and the extra power equipment increases the burden on the battery.