Yes. That’s because alternators are more likely to fail under high electrical demands on charging systems. A starter that’s failing may not crank the engine, or it does, then it’ll do slowly.
If you hear a clicking noise while turning the key or pressing the start engine button, then your car’s electrical parts might have gone bad. The clicking usually indicates a discharged or a failing battery.
If you experience issues when starting your car, then the problem may be with the starter relay. Too much heat and dirt can also damage the starter relay,and that fails to send power to the starter every time you turn the engine on. Have your electrical system checked out properly to see what’s causing the intermittent contact.
The ignition switch activates the main or the primary electrical system of your car. If it fails, your car won’t start, but the bad ignition switch can cause your battery to drain.
The life of a battery is most commonly affected by the climatic conditions, such as extreme heat or freezing temperatures, and how much you drive your car. Taking short trips won’t allow your car’s battery to recharge fully, and that may eventually shorten its life expectancy. High temperatures also affect the alternator, along with other electrical equipment, because heat increases electrical resistance.