Batteries For Your Ford
When do I need a new battery?
Replacing your car battery tips
- Be careful not to connect the positive cable to the negative cable and vice versa as this could cause damage to your vehicle.
- Make sure you don’t touch the opposite end of the jumper cable while connecting the other end to the second battery.
- Once your vehicle has been jump-started, allow the vehicle to run for a few minutes so that the battery has time to charge. If you can’t start your vehicle later, after jump-starting, it is likely that there is a problem with the battery or the charging system of the vehicle that will need to be attended to by an authorised Ford dealer.
Longer life and better fuel efficiency with OEM
- Battery Monitoring System is an integral part of the vehicle’s electronics, which predicts the battery life and maintains it in good operational condition.
- Battery Monitoring System works to efficiently manage electrical loads & improve fuel efficiency.
- The Ford Enhanced Flooded Battery range is the only authorised battery for your Ford and is designed speciﬁcally to perform with Ford Battery Monitoring System technology.
- Using an unauthorised battery on your Ford could alter the Battery Monitoring System conﬁguration, leading to premature failure of your battery and could also affect the fuel efficiency of your vehicle.