CAR ELECTRICAL REPAIR GUIDES
When you have a problem with an electric vehicle, we collect as much information as possible about your symptoms. The more information you provide, the faster we can diagnose and fix the car’s electrical problem. Time is money, and we want to make sure you get the most out of your electrical, truck, SUV or van repairs.
So when you have problems with the vehicle’s electricity, pay close attention to when symptoms appear. Can you make the problem happen to us? What driving conditions are you in? rain, acceleration, braking, use of electrical accessories such as air conditioner or interior lighting. When you start having problems with electrical and electronic systems, ask yourself the following questions:
- how long does this problem persist?
- How often does this problem occur
Your Vehicle’s Electrical System
Your vehicle’s electrical system has several components: a battery, a starter motor, and an alternator are at the core of all electrical and computer systems. It makes sense to periodically check the electrical system to make sure everything works as it should. That way, if we find a problem, it can be fixed before it becomes a bigger problem.
The battery provides the electrical current or power necessary for the computer and electrical systems to function. Avoid buying “cheap” batteries. The problem they cause exceeds the money saved at the time of purchase. Auto Guides sell only high-quality batteries (they physically weigh more because they contain more active ingredients); they are called Advanced Generation Batteries (AGM).
Your vehicle’s electrical system is very important to its safe operation. Stay informed by performing regular maintenance checks to avoid serious problems. Do not be late. When you see a warning light or experience other abnormalities, take your car to Auto Guides to assess the situation and make necessary electrical system repairs. You don’t want to be stranded or create a more costly problem by waiting.