Volvo Battery Service Near Louisville, KY | Quantrell Volvo

Volvo Battery Service

Let us handle your next Volvo battery service, and we'll make sure to get you the savings you need on the equipment your Volvo car, wagon, or SUV loves. There's more to today's modern vehicles than meets the eye. In many cases, Volvo vehicles have more than one onboard battery, for example, and it's essential that you give them factory-approved OEM parts. Scroll down for more information.

Top Reasons You Might Need Volvo Battery Service

Volvo Cars produces their own batteries out of higher quality materials in cases that are relatively sealed for life. This means that, while our team can charge one up if you accidentally left accessories running, Volvo battery maintenance nowadays often means replacement. Here are some symptoms to be aware of:

No lights. No starting. No nothing.

This is the most common issue that people experience before getting a Volvo battery replacement. If you've left your accessories on, the fix is easy. A quick charge and you'll be on your way. However, if your vehicle has been getting harder to start and you've finally arrived at full failure, our team is here to help you get on the road fast. Call roadside assistance to bring you to our Volvo Service Department in Lexington, KY. If you recently purchased a new Volvo car, you have access to complimentary roadside assistance for four years.

Flickering Headlights & an Intermittent Red Battery Symbol

You're driving along on the road when a red battery symbol illuminates on the dashboard. If this happens, you have minutes until your vehicle loses power, so pull over as soon as it's safe to do so. This symbol indicates that you might need Volvo battery service that includes cable inspections, alternator testing, and possible replacements. The good news is that this doesn't just happen spontaneously. Pay close attention to your interior cabin lights and headlight beams on journeys. If you see them dimming or flickering, that red battery warning is on its way.

Strange Occurrences, Spectral Curiosities

We've all wondered at times if our cars are possessed. Why did the radio just turn off? How come the fob works only occasionally? Why do I have to do that silly ritual to get the trunk open? If you have a running list of electrical gremlins, our Volvo battery service technicians know where to look for answers. Leave it to the pros to get things going again.

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FAQs About Volvo Battery Replacement

If you're unsure about your battery's health, let a service adviser know when you come in for your next oil change. It takes us no time at all to do a system check. We'll let you know just how your equipment is doing and when you might need to come in for service. While we are happy to answer any questions you might have then, the following sheds some light on a few of the queries we hear most often:

What battery does the Volvo brand use?

Volvo Cars currently produces its own line of batteries. All three types of Volvo batteries utilize PowerFrame technology that allows for maximum performance and reliability. By going to our service department, you can rest assured that OEM parts and procedures are being used to optimize your vehicle's performance.

How long do Volvo batteries last?

Your expected Volvo battery life is between four to six years, but a lot of variables can affect that estimate. If you're interested in knowing the full terms of your Volvo battery warranty, please speak with an adviser. That said, on brand new vehicles, your battery is covered for four years or 50,000 miles. The purchase of a new replacement part is covered for five years. Other restrictions may apply.

What can drain a car battery when the car is off?

The most common drains on a battery when a vehicle is off include features like dome lights, cabin lights, and faulty relays and timers. There are many ways to diagnose the source of battery drains, such as a voltage drop test. This is typically done with a multimeter across various circuits from the vehicle's primary fuse box.

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