Car batteries require replacement after four years on average, states HowStuffWorks. Dead batteries are usually an indication that a battery needs replacement. Car batteries should be tested using an electronic tester du... More »

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Replacing a car battery requires disconnecting and removing the old battery and replacing it with a new one. The steps are simple, and it is a job that only takes a few minutes. More »

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The average car battery lasts from three to five years, but many factors effect the lifespan of a car battery. Driving habits, climate and operating conditions effect a battery's overall durability and vary with use. More »

In general, car batteries should be replaced every four years, according to HowStuffWorks. Conditions affecting the longevity of a car battery include where a person lives, how a person drives, and the condition of the c... More »

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Visually inspecting the battery itself for corrosion or leaks and listening to the engine for delays or sluggishness are ways of monitoring battery health. Visible damage or fluid leaks are always signs that a new batter... More »

Replacements for an AG10 battery include the SR1130W, SR54, E389, LR1130s and LR1131 batteries. The AG10 battery has a voltage of approximately 1.55 volts and measures 3.1 by 11.6 millimeters in size. An AG10 battery is ... More »

Change the batteries in a car remote by purchasing a new battery, opening the remote, and replacing the dead battery. New car remote batteries can be purchased from auto parts dealers, including Auto Zone and Advance Aut... More »