Battery Terminals

Want to start something? Then you’re going to need battery terminals you can count on! Hard starts, drops in current and other electric system issues are often traceable directly to failing terminals. We can help with a full selection of battery connection products, including terminals, bolts, lugs, connectors and specialty solutions. So you can be sure you’ll have the power you need, exactly when you need it.

Automotive repair and maintenance can be quite challenging, especially when dealing with the electrical components of a vehicle. Shop owners and mechanics often struggle with inferior quality connectors and terminals which can lead to unreliable connections, corrosion over time, and an overall decrease in vehicle performance.

The consequences of using substandard parts can be severe. They can lead to recurring vehicle breakdowns, customer dissatisfaction, and potential damage to the reputation of your business. Moreover, these inferior parts often have shorter lifespans, resulting in frequent replacements and increased overall maintenance costs.

At Imperial Supplies, we offer you a solution to these problems. Our high-quality battery terminals, lugs, and connectors are designed to withstand harsh automotive environments. They come with superior corrosion resistance, ensuring lasting performance and longevity. Choose us for fast delivery and years of dependable service, ultimately improving your business efficiency and customer satisfaction.

What is the purpose of a battery terminal?

A battery terminal is an essential component in a vehicle's electrical system. It connects the battery to the rest of the vehicle, allowing it to provide power for functions such as starting the engine and powering electronic systems. Battery terminals also play a crucial role in preventing corrosion and ensuring reliable electrical connections.

How often should battery terminals be inspected?

Battery terminals should be inspected regularly, especially during routine vehicle maintenance. It is recommended to check them at least once a year or every 12,000 miles (whichever comes first). However, if you notice any signs of corrosion or damage, it is important to inspect them more frequently.

How can I prevent corrosion on my battery terminals?

Corrosion on battery terminals can be prevented by regularly cleaning and greasing them with a special terminal corrosion prevention spray or dielectric grease. It is also essential to ensure that the connections are tight and secure, as loose connections can lead to increased resistance and potential corrosion.

What are some signs of a failing battery terminal?

Some common signs of a failing battery terminal include difficulty starting the engine, dimming headlights, and issues with electronic components such as power windows or door locks. It is important to address these issues promptly to prevent further damage to the vehicle's electrical system.