Your car's electrical system is a complex network that requires specialized diagnostic equipment for comprehensive servicing. A technician can access your vehicle's data with diagnostics and identify the exact cause of any electrical problems.
The electrical system is fundamental to a vehicle's operation and gives power to an array of parts including the alternator, starter, and battery. Each vehicle's electrical system has its own nuances based on its age, make and model.
Some newer vehicles have a complex computer system that interacts with vehicle functions including sensors, brakes, steering, and more.
Troubleshooting these electrical components often requires the use of an advanced diagnostic technology that is only available through an experienced technician.
There are a number of red flags that indicate the need for a servicing of your vehicle's electrical system. If you try to start your car and you hear grinding, clicking, or no sound, it’s time to call a technician and schedule an appointment.
The average car battery lasts between three and six years. Therefore, you should replace your car's battery after four years to be on the safe side.
If your vehicle's dashboard lights do not illuminate properly, the electrical system is likely malfunctioning. Another indicator of a potential electrical system issue is if your vehicle’s headlights darken as you drive at low speeds.
An experienced technician will run a specialized diagnostic on your vehicle's electrical system to determine the cause for malfunction and complete the necessary repair.
A technician’s inspection of the car's battery, case condition, and integrity can verify if it can produce ample power.
If the battery's integrity has been compromised it should be replaced. Make sure your battery, adjoining cables, and your sensitive electronics are all working properly by having a technician service your car’s electrical system.