Service Performed by Experienced Mechanics

Should you need to replace your vehicle's battery, Huffines Chevrolet Lewisville proudly offers a wide range of ACDelco automotive batteries for a great combination of longevity, power, and price. The batteries we install in our customers' vehicles come with extensive warranty coverage. We also provide our own limited warranty on replacement, so you can feel confident when getting a new battery installed in your ride.

Our service technicians have years of experience and have undergone extensive training in the proper care and maintenance of Chevrolet models. We're Chevrolet-certified to perform a range of services, including battery testing and replacement. For years, we've been providing reliable service to Chevrolet owners throughout the Lewisville area. Our service department is open on weekdays from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. to accommodate your schedule.

Don't wait until your battery dies; have us check your battery's health at the first warning sign of a potential concern. We offer affordable pricing on all battery services, including testing and replacement. You can also check our current service specials before you come to score discounted pricing on a range of automotive repair and maintenance services, including battery replacement. Contact us today or use our convenient online scheduling tool to make an appointment that works with your busy lifestyle.

Your vehicle's battery provides energy to start the engine, and it supplies power to accessories when the engine is not running. Winter cold and summer heat can affect battery health. Let our factory-trained experts at Huffines Chevrolet Lewisville diagnose, service, and-if needed-replace the battery in your vehicle.

Service Specials

Engine Air Filter Rebate

$10 rebate* on the purchase and installation of any ACDelco Engine Air Filter

Cabin Air Filter Rebate

$10 rebate* on the purchase and installation of any ACDelco Cabin Air Filter

Battery Rebate

$10 rebate* on the purchase and installation of any ACDelco Automotive battery

Wiper Blade Rebate

$15 rebate* on the purchase of any three ACDelco Wiper Blades

Total Tire Care Special* $99.95

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Bonus Bucks*

Cabin Air Filter Replacement $10.00 Off
Most ACDelco Gold 42-MO (ACDelco Professional) Batteries Installed $199.99

42-month free-replacement limited warranty**

Most ACDelco Gold 30-MO (ACDelco Professional) Batteries Installed $184.99

30-month free-replacement limited warranty**

ACDelco Silver (ACDelco Advantage) Front Brake Rotors $144.95

Installed on most trucks and full-size SUVs

ACDelco Silver (ACDelco Advantage) Front Brake Rotors $119.95

Installed on most cars & small SUVs

Most GM Genuine Parts (ACDelco GM Original Equipment) Front Brake Pads Installed $179.95

24 Months/Unlimited Mile Warranty**

Most ACDelco Gold (ACDelco Professional) Front Brake Pads Installed $139.95

24 Months/Unlimited Mile Warranty**

Most ACDelco Silver (ACDelco Advantage) Front Brake Pads Installed $99.95

12 Months/Unlimited Mile Warranty**

8-Quart Mobil 1® Full Synthetic Oil Change Package $94.95

8-Quart Mobil 1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation

8-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change Package $69.95

8-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation

8-Quart ACDelco SN Plus Synthetic Blend Oil Change Package $69.95

8-Quart ACDelco SN Plus Synthetic Blend Oil Change and Tire Rotation

6-Quart Mobil 1® Full Synthetic Oil Change Package $84.95

6-Quart Mobil 1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation

6-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change Package $59.95

6-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation

6-Quart ACDelco SN Plus Synthetic Blend Oil Change Package $59.95

6-Quart ACDelco SN Plus Synthetic Blend Oil Change and Tire Rotation

$200 GM Genuine Parts Engine, Transmission, or Transfer Case Rebate*

$200 rebate* on the purchase and installation of an eligible GM Genuine Parts Engine, Transmission, or Transfer Case.

Tire Price Match Guarantee

Provide us with a better eligible* price at the time of purchase and we'll match it. Find a better price within 30 days of the purchase, and we'll refund the difference.

How Your Car Battery Works

A car battery translates chemical energy into electricity, which the engine needs to start and run properly. Various systems within the vehicle, including the lighting and sound systems, also run on electrical power. 

Signs of a Bad Car Battery

Although car batteries are quite durable, they don't last forever. Over time, they can start to wear out and require replacement. Some of the warning signs of a battery that may be failing include:

Clicking Sound From the Ignition

If you put your key into the ignition and turn, you should hear the unmistakable sound of an engine starting up. However, a clicking sound can indicate that the battery isn't supplying enough power to the starter, which cranks the engine. If a battery's voltage drops even slightly, it can no longer provide all the electrical power necessary to operate the systems in the vehicle. The starter tends to be one of the first components affected by a battery that's giving out.

Dim Lights

Since the vehicle's lighting system relies on electrical power supplied by the battery, dim lighting can indicate that the voltage is declining. Dim headlights are especially noticeable since they'll make it difficult to see the road ahead. Continuing to drive with insufficient exterior lighting is a safety risk, so get the battery checked out before you drive in the dark. If the battery isn't the problem, you may have a wiring issue or burned-out bulbs that need to be fixed.

Other electrical components, such as power windows and the audio system, may also behave strangely when they don't get enough power from a dying battery. You might notice that your interior lights flicker, your windows won't always go up or down when you engage the switch, or your radio turns on and off randomly. If you're dealing with these issues, make an appointment with the service department at Huffines Chevrolet Lewisville to get the battery tested.

Engine Is Slow to Start

When an engine is slow to turn over or start, your battery may be to blame. After starting your car hundreds of times (or more), you're probably familiar with how it typically sounds during this process. If you notice anything different, such as unique sounds or a slower starting process, it's worthwhile to have your battery tested. Doing so could prevent you from getting stranded somewhere with a completely dead battery in the near future.

Unpleasant Odors

The smell of sulfur, often described as a rotten egg odor, can indicate that the battery in your vehicle is leaking. When you lift the hood of the car, you may notice that the smell is especially potent. A battery could leak if damage occurs to the case or terminals or it's reaching the end of its lifespan. An internal short-circuit can also lead to a leak. You'll need to replace the battery to prevent corrosion and other issues caused by leaking acid.

How to Care For Your Battery

Caring for your battery can prolong its lifespan and keep your vehicle running properly. About once a month or so, pop your hood and visually inspect the battery. Acid can leak out of the battery's connectors and harden, resulting in corrosion around the terminals and connecting points. Since these points connect the battery to the alternator, excessive corrosion can restrict the charging process. Corrosion is visible as a white or blue-green powder, but you may have to remove the protective plastic cap to see it. If you spot signs of corrosion, replacing your battery is the best course of action.

When you inspect your battery, look at the shape of its case. A bulging or swollen case can be dangerous, as it can allow acid to leak as well. When a battery takes on any shape that isn't a rectangle, it's best to replace it. Outdoor climate conditions can also affect your battery's health. If you park outside, cover your car to provide an insulating layer for the battery. When you're driving during the winter months, take the car out for longer drives to allow the battery to fully charge.

If your battery loses its charge, you may be able to revive it with a jump from another vehicle's battery. After disconnecting the jumper cables from the other car, make sure to drive your car for at least 15-20 minutes to allow the battery to recharge, or you may end up with a dead battery again after stopping too soon.