Car Battery Replacement in Los Angeles

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If you are looking for a Los Angeles car battery replacement, Automed Euro is the perfect provider for you. We carry batteries for all makes and models of cars and SUVs. The expert team at our service can examine, diagnose, and replace your battery as necessary. We provide lead-acid batteries, deep cycle batteries, AGM batteries, and many more. Our stock includes the following brands – Interstate, AC Delco, Motorcraft, Exide, and more. We use the latest chargers, solar tenders, jump starters, and other sophisticated tools.

5-Star Car Battery Installation in Los Angeles

If your car battery has to be serviced or replaced, trust the specialists at Automed Euro. Our mechanics are the right choice to make with years of experience and expertise in electrical diagnosis and battery testing. We utilize computerized diagnostic equipment to diagnose batteries and electrical systems for European vehicles. Our highly-qualified staff will test your battery and provide expert advice on how best to remedy your symptoms.

Our auto battery service includes:
  • Diagnostic electrical system and battery test with a results report (printed or emailed)
  • Inspecting the battery, battery cables, & terminals
  • Cleaning the battery surface and terminals
  • Removing the battery cables & terminals
  • Installing new battery cables and terminals
  • Removing the old battery
  • Cleaning debris from the battery holder
  • Installing a new battery
  • Treating battery terminals to prevent corrosion

Why Choose Our Car Battery Service?

Our auto professionals provide comprehensive battery replacement services in the Los Angeles area. From the moment you book your appointment online or call our customer service agents, we have your back. See why thousands of customers have chosen our car repair shop to replace or repair their batteries.

  • Complimentary battery check
  • Premium dealer alternative
  • Cutting edge diagnostic & repair technology/li>
  • Install only leading brand batteries;
  • Industry leading warranty
  • Family-owned and operated shop
  • 35+ years of experience
  • ASE-certified staff
  • Same-day service
  • Pick-up & drop-off service
  • Excellent reputation
  • Free coffee and Wi-Fi

Top-Notch Car Battery Los Angeles Shop - (424) 353-0024

Need your car diagnosed since it won't start? Are there problems with your electrical system? Contact our car battery change service today, and we can help with accurate electrical testing and battery installation.


How Long Does a Car Battery Last?
The average life span of an auto battery is 3 to 5 years. However, various factors, including temperature, flawed charging system, faulty alternator, and corrosion, can affect that estimate. Even under the perfect conditions, chemical reactions cause batteries to malfunction, and your automobile will likely need a new one within a couple of years.
How to Charge a Car Battery?
If you intend to recharge your car battery, you'll need a battery charger. Attach it to the matching positive to positive and negative to negative connections. Make sure that you have the proper voltage set for the battery that you're charging, most probably 12 volts on today's cars.
How to Disconnect a Car Battery?
Turn the engine off, open the hood and find the battery. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery. Loosen the nut using a combination wrench. Twist and pull the end of the cable with the hand. Detach the positive cable applying the same method. Using a combination wrench, remove the battery hold-down clamp. Ultimately, take the battery out of the battery tray.
How to Replace a Car Battery?
Undo the clamp nut and take off the battery cable from the negative terminal. Rerun the process on the positive terminal. Check the battery tray and clean it if required. Place the new one, fitting the hold-down clamps, and secure the positive cable before the negative cable.
How Long Does It Take to Charge a Car Battery?
It needs between 4 to 24 hours to charge the car battery completely, depending on how many Amperes battery charger is charging with and the battery's size. The most common rate for auto battery chargers is around four amps. To fully charge a 52Ah model, you would need about nine hours from dead to fully loaded. Still, you would likely be able to start your automobile within one hour.
How Many Volts Is a Car Battery?
Batteries can support a range of voltage according to their condition and age. Automotive batteries are usually labeled as 12 volts, but they hold closer to 15 volts due to the power they receive from the alternator.
How to Test a Car Battery?
With a multimeter, you can know if your battery is healthy enough. You have to turn the headlights on for two minutes to eliminate any surface charge the battery may have. Set the multimeter to 15-20 volts and turn the lights off. Connect it to the positive and negative battery terminals. If the battery doesn't have a voltage of around 12.6 volts, you may have a faulty battery. Start the car, and look for a revised voltage over 10. If the voltage falls below 5 when the vehicle is running, it's too weak and should be replaced as soon as possible.


Automed Euro
13332 W. Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Business: (424)353-0024



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Monday: 8:00am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8:00am - 5pm
Wednesday: 8:00am - 5pm
Thursday: 8:00am - 5pm
Friday: 8:00am - 5pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 2pm
Sunday: Closed