Signs to Have the Battery Tested in Your Maserati

September 19th, 2022 by

Maserati Service Center

Make Sure Your Vehicle’s Battery is at Peak Health

The battery in your Maserati has to handle a wide variety of vital processes. From the everyday operation of the vehicle to all the interior electrical components such as HVAC and infotainment features, you don’t want to have a failing battery powering everything. Fortunately, there are telltale signs that you can take note of that could be signs that your Maserati’s battery might need to be replaced. If this is the case, make the Service Center at Mike Ward Maserati in Highlands Ranch, CO your destination for a new battery fitting for your elite vehicle. 

Signs Your Vehicle’s Battery Might Be Failing

Starting Up Troubles – If you have been noticing that it takes a little bit longer for your Maserati to get itself started, this might be an early sign that your battery is struggling. When you first notice this issue arise, make an appointment with us and have one of our technicians test your battery. 

Flickering Lights & Interior Malfunctions  – A failing battery will start to reduce the amount of energy being supplied to various components on your Maserati. These include headlights and taillights. At night, this could be a considerable hindrance. Similarly, you might notice that your air conditioning takes longer to cool the cabin off, or your entertainment system might falter. Any of these should be met with an immediate call to our Service Center to schedule an appointment. 

Dashboard Light – Easily the most obvious warning sign, your dashboard will alert you if it notices a potential issue with the battery. If you are driving around the Denver Metro region and notice a light on the dashboard that looks like a battery, make a call to our Service Center as soon as possible for a diagnostic test. One of our service technicians will be happy to check on the status of your battery and if it needs to be replaced with one from our Parts Center.