Automotive Electrical and Lighting

Turning signals, brake lights, and dash lights all rely on your vehicle’s electric and lighting system. It is best to make a doctor run a when things start running irregularly or stop working altogether.

Your vehicle’s electrical system is responsible for directing power to power windows, lighting, power locks, the starter motor, and more. It is connected to your entire vehicle by a set of various cables, circuits, relays, and fuses. Unfortunately, it doesn’t take long for the electrical system to fail, because each component plays an important role, and all it takes is one to fail before you can’t get out of the door, or worse.

Some of the reasons an electrical system fails include incorrectly tightened pins, broken switches, loose wiring, and troublesome connections. The cables can come loose during rough driving or an impact if an accident occurs. Your vehicle wiring may already be free if you purchased a used car, and the electrical system was not adequately maintained or diagnosed before the sale. There is also the normal wear and tear that a vehicle takes over time, so your wiring must be included in an annual tune-up to keep your vehicle running smoothly.

Regular maintenance of your electrical and lighting system is crucial to keeping your vehicle in good repair and safe on the streets. At Auto Repair, we believe that each circuit is as vital as the next when it comes to your vehicle’s internal wiring. To ensure the safety and driving of our customers, we will look for shorts, check the wiring harness for defects, whether it is connected, whether to check the brightness of the headlights, whether soldering wire and various other internal fixing devices are needed to provide high quality and long-term use life. Long-term solutions at reasonable prices.

What does your electrical system do for your vehicle

Your electric system manages all of your vehicle’s computerized components. If you choose an inexpensive model or a top of the line kit, if the wiring will not work, the dash lights, LED display or anything else connected with the central processing unit and controls does not work either. Holding the electrical and equipment in working order always helps keep the battery and engine life running.

The system can also control the charging network in the vehicle. You may notice the battery fault indicator on the dashboard. This indicates that the battery in your car is not fully charged, and the battery cannot maintain a stable charge. Unfortunately, many people associate this lamp with the need for new batteries and will wait to meet the technicians until they have the funds to purchase the battery. This is not always the case.

Your lighting system clearly matches the electrical system. Without electricity, your headlights, interior lights and even dash lights will not work. This includes turn signal lights, brake lights and reverse lights. If these lights do not work properly, not only may it mean bigger and more expensive problems in the future, but it may also cause accidents while driving.

How to know that there is a problem

There are also signals the electrical and lighting system needs to be replaced. Flickering headlights, inconsistent and dim lights on one side, unresponsive dash lights, start-up trouble and poor fuel economy are all signs that it’s time to make an appointment with your mechanic.