Mercedes Battery & Auxiliary Replacement
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People could change their car batteries before, but this is no longer possible with some Mercedes, depending on the year. Mercedes battery and auxiliary replacement is best left to the professionals due to technological aspects because they could come coded directly to the can. Also, you could accidentally disrupt other electronic systems like your power windows if you don’t leave this project to the professionals like our talented team at Deutschland Autowërks.
We have the tools and experience at our Mercedes-Benz and smart car specific auto repair shop to complete the process quickly and efficiently. We’ll work to get your Mercedes back on the road and driving beautifully with minimal interruption to your day.
At Deutschland Autowërks, we are able to work on all models of Mercedes and Smart cars, and we excel at all aspects of Mercedes battery and auxiliary replacement. Our certified master mechanic has over 15 years of experience, and we’re happy to replace your Mercedes battery for you. We have the proper tools and equipment needed to help diagnose a Mercedes battery or auxiliary malfunction, give you an estimate, source OEM parts, install a new battery, and get your car back to you without disrupting your schedule.
We understand how challenging it can be to locate your battery in your Mercedes, and this adds another layer of complication to the changing process. This is why we use the latest diagnostic and equipment available on the market, and we keep the lines of communication open from the second you enter your shop until we return your car to you.
HOW LONG DO MERCEDES CAR BATTERIES LAST?
While every car is slightly different, most batteries last for an average of three to four years. There are several factors that will help decide whether your battery lasts closer to three or four years. Your Mercedes battery life depends on the battery quality and how often you use your vehicle. If you have a newer Mercedes, the battery can often last five years at a minimum. However, it’s possible to go over five years without worrying about replacing it.
ARE THERE OTHER FACTORS THAT AFFECT MY BATTERY’S PERFORMANCE?
Along with vehicle usage and battery quality, you’ll consider several other factors that can impact your battery’s performance. Taking your car on short rides can put stress on the battery, and accidentally leaving your lights on can cause a power drain. If you use your electronics or lights without turning the car on, you’re putting stress on the battery. Extensive idling, a loose fastener, and not having your vehicle serviced regularly are also factors that will reduce your battery’s performance.
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WHAT ARE THE SIGNS MY BATTERY MAY NEED REPLACING?
Chances are, your battery just won’t up and die on you with no warning. Instead, it usually gives you plenty of warning that something isn’t right and you need to have someone look at it. Ideally, you’ll bring your Mercedes to a certified repair specialist, Deutschland Autowërks, at the first sign of trouble. The biggest indicators that something is wrong with your battery are below.
- Battery fluid level is low
- Engine is sluggish or slow to start
- Check engine light comes on and stays on
- Vehicle clicks when you attempt to start it
- Battery case swells
- Battery looks like it’s leaking
- Battery is three years old or older
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO REPLACE MERCEDES BATTERY?
The total cost to replace a dead Mercedes battery will vary depending on the year, make, and model. However, you can expect to pay between $40 and $300for the Mercedes battery cost if it happens to die or is experiencing problems. Our technicians will give you a precise estimate when we look at your car.
AUXILIARY BATTERY MALFUNCTION
Many Mercedes have the main battery and a backup battery known as the auxiliary battery. If it is the auxiliary battery that malfunctions, you’ll get an error message on your car’s dashboard. This will be a generic warning with a small battery symbol.
If it’s the voltage converter that fails, you’ll get an on-board computer error that flashes either “stop vehicle shift to P leave engine running,” or “auxiliary battery malfunction” that’ll stay on constantly. Your Mercedes will still turn on, and some functions will continue to work after you get these messages. It doesn’t impact your car’s mechanical features.
AUXILIARY BATTERY FUNCTION
Mercedes-Benz cars have two types of auxiliary batteries. Some have a smaller battery, but this comes fitted to the newer C class cars. This battery is responsible for running certain functions in your car like various radar, multimedia, PDC sensors, and the stop/start function. It’s not a good idea to drive if you know you need to replace your Mercedes backup battery. Instead, you should Contact Us promptly and schedule an appointment for your Mercedes battery replacement.
IS IT SAFE TO DRIVE WITH AUXILIARY BATTERY MALFUNCTION?
The short answer is yes and no. If you need a Mercedes auxiliary battery replacement, you should get it into a certified repair shop as soon as possible. However, it is generally safe to drive for up to 100 miles after the warning lights come on. Obviously, if your Mercedes secondary battery is dead, it’s a good idea to get it in as soon as possible.
DON’T WAIT TO GET YOUR MERCEDES BATTERY AND AUXILIARY BATTERY REPLACED
If you need a Mercedes battery replacement, don’t wait. Contact our certified master mechanics at Deutschland Autowërks. We have all the tools, knowledge, and expertise required to diagnose and fix your Mercedes so you can get back on the road. Book an appointment today!
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