electrical system


Having the electrical system inspected on your vehicle is important No one wants to be stranded on the side of the road, but if you take time to take care of your vehicle, from the windshield wipers to the electrical systems to the fog lights will perform well for you. Make sure to bring your vehicle in and we can inspect it for any potential issues that might be starting to form. Having regular inspections will help keep it running efficiently and effectively through the winter months.


The electrical system

The battery is the part that powers your vehicle. Its main purpose is to provide a charge for the alternator, which is connected to the battery by a belt. Checking the electrical system should be a major part of your general maintenance routine. It would be pointless to check all of the parts of the vehicle and not check the part of the car the powers it. If there is an issue with starting the vehicle, make sure to contact us.


Where the battery is

Also, the battery is closed environment that houses six cells. These are stacked with positive and negative lead plates that are separated by insulators. The cells sit in a solution of sulfuric acid and water. The energy to power the vehicle comes from the cells inside the battery. The battery also provides power for devices such as the radio, vent, windshield wipers, and the air system. Make it a point to test the battery often. The easiest way to do this is to turn on your headlights before you switch the ignition. If you notice that your lights are brighter after you turn on the vehicle, then you may have an issue with the battery. You can also use a voltmeter, which is a device that measures voltage. A low reading would mean that the battery needs charging.

Remember the alternator


The alternator is the part that produces the electricity that controls the charge that is being stored in the battery. The battery then powers electrical devices, such as the engine controls and the ignition. If your vehicle is difficult or slow to start, it could be an issue with the battery or alternator. It is recommended to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect it properly. This can help get you back to a reliable ride when you travel.