Autozone Free Battery Charging and Free Testing
You left the lights on in your car overnight, and your battery is dead. What should you do? Take your battery to AutoZone. We have a Duralast Fast Charger that can charge your battery for free while you wait.
The fast charger charges 12-volt batteries in about 30 minutes.
AutoZone also offers overnight battery charging for 6 or 12-volt lawn and garden, motorcycle and marine batteries.
Don't buy a part you don't need. AutoZone will test your car's parts for free. We can test your car's battery, alternator, starter and voltage regulator while they're still on your car. We can also give your car a complete starting and charging systems test.
You can also take your alternator, starter or battery into our store and we'll test it. In most stores, we can also test voltage regulators, control modules, coils, throttle position sensors (TPSs) and other engine management components.
10-24-2006 03:37 AM
Re: Autozone Free Battery Charging and Free Testing
They also do free check engine light tests also. They will give you a code that tells you why check engine light is on. Ususally costs $50 at a mechanic. They did this for us one time and we needed a new gas cap, about a $20 part.
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