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The easiest way to think of your car’s battery is to imagine it as your car’s heart and soul. At Tires and More, you can expect a thorough examination of your car’s battery at a low, affordable cost. Do not allow a battery in poor condition leave you stranded or cause any inconvenience. Book a free check of your battery at Tires & More.

Here you will find a brief description of your car’s electrical system and how it works.

The Battery: Built with a series of cells that create lead inside the battery compartment where we can find a solution of 65% water and 35% sulfuric acid, the solution and the chemical reaction that it produces constantly generates electrons which are channeled to the connectors and entire electrical system of your vehicle and give it the strength it needs to function properly. In times of high energy consumption of the battery needs to recharge its own electricity.


The charging system is life force of your vehicle's electrical system, consisting of three main mechanisms: the alternator, circuits, and the voltage regulator.

The alternator: Provides power to the electrical system and recharges the battery when the vehicle is running. Circuits act as conduits for electric current. The voltage regulator controls the voltage passed through the circuits. Remember, all of these components require consistent attention and maintenance. Not only does the battery need to be replaced if components fail, their source of energy is reduced and loses its functional lifetime.

Starter System: It may seem obvious that the starting system turns your vehicle's engine, but did you know that this process consumes more electrical power than anything else your car does? The starting system consists of three components working one after another. These components include: the ignition switch, the starter relay (or solenoid), and the starter motor.

Here's how it works:

Turning the ignition causes a small amount of current to pass through the starter relay, causing a stronger current that makes it work starter. The starter motor cranks the engine moves, forcing the piston to create enough suction to get air to the cylinders. The ignition system creates a spark that passes makes spark plugs and ignites the air-fuel mixture to start your engine.

Contact us at Tires and More for all your battery needs.


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    North Platte, Ne 69101                                                      Monday  -  Friday             08:30 am      6:00 p.m.

      (308) 520 6260                                                             Saturday                       09:30 am      2:00 p.m.

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