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Wrench hand blue

11 Reviews


Pb Auto Repairs

Wells , 20 years of experience

13th August 2018
“Pete was very quick, efficient and sorted out my car without fuss. Would recommend to others”


Volkswagen Polo • Battery replacement (vehicles without start/stop system)

12th February 2016
“Very happy with the service. Thanks”


Fiat Doblo Cargo • Pre-purchase Inspection


236 Reviews


11th August 2018
“Zak was excellent - good verbal communication, tested the bit (battery) I thought was & confirmed it was faulty, from start to finish around 35 to 40 minutes.”


Citroen Grand C4 Picasso • Battery replacement (vehicles without start/stop system)

9th November 2016
“Zak was brilliant kept me informed at every stage . Will use Click Mechanic again Cheers.”


Mini Mini • Clutch replacement


11 Reviews


Mdl Autos

Norwich , 40 years of experience

11th August 2018
“Mark great will be using car mechanic again. Thanks love the fact I know how much its gonna cost. :)”


Citroen Grand C4 Picasso • Battery replacement (vehicles without start/stop system)

2nd September 2017
“Mark was friendly. Very happy with the work carried out.”


Ford Focus • General Diagnostic


172 Reviews


Deutschwerx Ltd

Newport , 21 years of experience

10th August 2018
“Yes friendly and efficient service thank you. Explained about the guarantee.”


Peugeot 107 • Battery replacement (vehicles without start/stop system)

17th August 2017
“very polite and informative”


Jaguar X-Type • Rear brake pads (all) replacement


135 Reviews


Md Miah

London , 7 years of experience

10th August 2018
“Mohammed was so friendly and accommodating! Really informative about what he was doing. Had everything sorted really quickly. I will definitely be calling him first the next time I have car troubles.”


Volvo C30 • Battery replacement (vehicles without start/stop system)

28th July 2018
“I could not fault the work that was carried out on my car. Front brake pads completed in no time, hassle free and great customer service. Would certainly use again.”


BMW 5 Series • Brake pads replacement - front (all)

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How much does a Car Battery replacement cost?

Labour times and part prices vary depending on the particular vehicle, but to give you an idea here are some examples.

Car Franchise Dealer estimate Independent Garage estimate ClickMechanic ClickMechanic Saving
Car2007 Mazda Mazda2 Franchise Dealer Est.£93 - £155 Independent Garage Est.£68 - £120 ClickMechanic Est.£68 - £120 Saving24%
Car2010 Ford Transit Franchise Dealer Est.£147 - £189 Independent Garage Est.£115 - £150 ClickMechanic Est.£115 - £150 Saving20%
Car2000 Renault Safrane Franchise Dealer Est.£128 - £252 Independent Garage Est.£97 - £200 ClickMechanic Est.£97 - £200 Saving21%
Car2007 Audi A4 Franchise Dealer Est.£199 - £283 Independent Garage Est.£143 - £195 ClickMechanic Est.£143 - £196 Saving29%
Car2006 Renault Grand Scenic Franchise Dealer Est.£115 - £160 Independent Garage Est.£88 - £126 ClickMechanic Est.£88 - £127 Saving21%

Want to learn more about Car Battery replacements?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

What does a battery do?

The battery, it's that big and heavy thing stuck under your bonnet that always seems to lose all of its juice right when you need it. Either when you want to be on your way to work or when you want to escape from that birthday party at your in-laws you'd wished you had never gone to.

Cumbersome it might be, but the battery is an important component of your car; without it your car will not start nor will you be able to use any electrical equipment like the lights and radio.

How do you know there is something wrong with the battery?

  • When the car cannot be started.
  • When all the car's electrical equipment does not work.
  • When the battery's terminals and connectors have corroded.
  • When the parts of the battery are covered by a blueish or white powder.

When should you consider having your car's battery replaced?

As the battery is normally charged through the car's alternator while you drive your car, it is only on rare occasions that a battery goes flat. Sometimes it can be that the battery is drained and only needs a recharge, other times it might really be a case of a faulty battery.

Over time, it can be that a battery will leak acid, the acid will dry and turn into a white or bluish powder causing corrosion. If the battery's connectors or cables are affected, it can be that further problems might occur. As this process progesses it can, eventually, render the battery and cables obsolete and can prevents the car from starting.

Other times the battery has simply given all that it had to give. There are, of course, several other reasons why a battery replacement would be necessary. If a certain electrical component does not work it might not necessarily point to a failed battery. It can be that a fuse has blown or a switch has burnt through. If you are unsure whether your battery needs replacing then ClickMechanic is here to help. Our mechanics are able to establish precisely if the battery needs to be replaced.

What happens during a battery replacement?

  • Mechanic will inspect the electrical system.
  • Mechanic will load test the battery.
  • If necessary battery is replaced if it happens to be bad.
  • Mechanic makes sure the battery's cables have not corroded or damaged before putting them back
  • Mechanic tests the battery system to establish if the system now charges correctly.

How much does a Battery Replacement cost?

The cost of a battery replacement depends on the type of battery your car's manufacturer recommends for your car. Find out what you could save by having your battery replaced by Clickmechanic, by selecting your car at the top of this page!

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