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Before you dump a bunch of money into parts you may not need, bring your car to us for a free electrical check. We buy old auto batteries, price varies with the lead market call to get the recent price offered,or stop by. We carry automotive, motorcycle, ARV's, jet ski, snowmobile, RV-marine, and commercial batteries. We also stock alternators, starters, and regulators, as well do trace down electrical shorts.
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Customer Reviews (2 reviews)2 Sort by: Helpful |
Excellent service, fast and efficient. I went in to get a battery for my cousin because her car was dead. The owner was very helpful as I didn't know what I needed, he asked a couple questions and within minutes I had a battery for my cousins car. He explained thier warranty on the battery and said she could bring the car in to make sure we installed the battery correctly but more importantly so they could diagnose the car incase it was more than just the battery. The owner was very nice and helpful. I've referred friends to this shop and they have recieved excellent service and only have kind words.
This place is honest and has reasonable prices. I have been a customer for a very long time...since '93 and they have helped me with a variety of vehicles from diagnosing to repairs. I even brought in my 2004 Malibu boat when replacing the battery didn't work. I paid $$$ for this battery at fisherman's (won't do that again) and the boat was still not functional. Turns out the starter was shot and Battery Specialist was able to give me a great deal on a new one. Battery Specialist found that water intruded the original starter and completely ruined it beyond repair. The down side to this boat dilemma is that I didn't go to battery specialist first; I would have saved money and time.
I had an older car that I thought had a bad alternator ($130) and Battery Specialist did their testing and was honest enough to tell me that all I needed was a voltage regulator ($25).
Another time I brought in a Honda. The battery has some kind of weird light and turns on when the battery needs replacing or something. I took the car into Battery Specialist and everything tested out fine. I was advised that the battery will probably be fine without replacing. It's been 10 years later and that battery is still running strong. Question: is that light a dealership gimmick to make money? haha
Thanks Battery Specialist for your great customer service!