Your Car’s Electrical System
Your vehicle’s electrical system is important to keeping your car running smoothly. Small issues like a weak or dead battery could steamroll and wreak havoc on your automobile. At Auto Solutions, our team stays on top of evolving technology, so we can keep your electrical system going with our state of the art electrical diagnostics.
Why Is the Electrical System Important?
When you think of your car’s electrical system, you probably immediately think of the battery, the alternator, and the starter. These are the starting blocks, but there are many other working pieces. Individual electrical systems can vary across different makes, models, and years.
At Auto Solutions, our expert technicians will solve even the most complex issue. From fuses to starting and charging systems, we will efficiently and accurately diagnose and repair the problem.
When Should You Have Electrical Diagnostics Performed?
The average lifespan of a vehicle’s battery is three to seven years. Most experts recommend having it checked every four years. These are some of the most common warning signs that your system may need maintenance or repairs.
1. The Engine Won’t Crank Properly
If you hear a clicking or grinding sound or no sound at all, It could be a sign of an issue with your battery. The engine requires juice from the battery to start, but it could also be a problem with your starter.
Our team of mechanics can quickly and accurately diagnose and solve the issue so you can get back on the road.
2. You’re Noticing Battery Problems
Batteries last less than the average time in warm climates like Orlando. But you shouldn’t replace the battery before having your system checked for other electrical issues.
Auto Solutions can determine if the issue is a bad battery, alternator, or your cables.
3. Your Headlights and Interior Lights Aren’t Working Properly
Your lights are one of the most important things that your electrical system controls. Without headlights, brake lights, and turn signals, your safety on the road would be compromised.
If you notice your lights are dimming, it could be a sign of a malfunctioning electrical system. Keep yourself safe on the road and let our skilled technicians perform electrical diagnostics and repair the issue.
4. Your Fuses Keep Blowing
It is normal for a vehicle’s fuses to blow every now and then. It’s the vehicle’s way of protecting your electrical system from drawing too much current. If you’re fuses continuously blow out, it is probably a sign of a deeper issue.
To prevent further damage to your car, you should have electrical diagnostics performed immediately.