How long is the warranty on a Sears DieHard battery?

How long is the warranty on a Sears DieHard battery?

two to four years
All DieHard batteries come with a free replacement warranty ranging from two to four years. The warranty term varies based on the type of battery you select. Plus, all DieHard batteries installed by our skilled technicians are covered (up to $125) by DieHard Assurance for 24 months/24,000 miles.

Who took over Sears battery warranty?

Advance Auto Parts has acquired the DieHard brand for $200 million from Transformco, the companies said in a joint news release Monday. DieHard auto batteries will continue to be sold at Sears and will be available at the auto supply store chain’s more than 4,800 stores, according to the release.

How many years is car battery warranty?

two years
Despite most vehicles being covered for three years or 36,000 miles from the date of purchase under the ‘bumper-to-bumper’ warranty, batteries are consumable items and typically have a full warranty of only two years or 24,000 miles, after which converting to a prorated warranty or none at all.

Are DieHard batteries still good?

This budget battery offers excellent performance. DieHard batteries are marketed from Sears and are considered a premium car battery. These are supposed to last forever, and while this may not be quite true, they last much longer than other batteries.

Are Sears DieHard batteries still available?

Advance Auto Parts, Inc acquired the DieHard brand on December 23, 2019. DieHard automotive and specialty batteries are now available in over 5,000 Advance Auto Parts and Carquest Auto Parts stores, Sears Auto Centers, and many professional shops.

WHO honors Sears automotive warranty?

The good news is that Sears remains in business, a spokeswoman said you should start by calling Sears customer service at (800) 349-4358, or visiting Tires and battery warranties will be honored at authorized local tire centers, Sears says. Craftsman tools and mowers can be exchanged at Lowe’s.

Is the battery covered under the warranty?

Batteries: Most automakers will cover regular 12-volt batteries under the bumper-to-bumper warranty in cases where the battery is defective. If the battery is drained and you have roadside-assistance coverage, most automakers will send someone out to give you a jump start.