The car’s electrical system is made up of many different components that help it operate. The car battery is on of the most important parts of the electrical system. There are also wires, fuses, and other parts that help the electrical system to operate properly.  The wiring is important because it carries the battery current throughout the various components of your vehicle. The alternator will also help to power the accessories of the vehicle like the radio, lights, horn, and other parts. If there is an issue with how the vehicle starts, schedule an appointment with us.


There can be different issues to look for when there is an issue. If a light burns out or a fuse blows, the vehicle can loses the circuit for that. A defective battery or poor voltage can also cause issues to the alternator. If there is low voltage, it can be caused by a bad connection. You may notice intermittent issues with the vehicle for the electrical system. Sometimes this is nothing more than a loose or corroded connection. It may even be caused by the vehicle becoming too hot. If you notice a dimming of the lights, that can indicate the electrical system is starting to have an issue as well.


There are signs your car gives off that can help you determine that there is a problem with the electrical system. Because the electrical system is so intricate, there are many parts of the system you should inspect. One of the more common problems is a blown fuse, burnt fuse or open circuit breaker. Any electrical part that is not working effectively is probably because of an open circuit. This can result from a broken wire or disconnections. Check your alternator of the vehicle as well. A poor alternator can affect all of a car’s electrical system, rather than just the battery. If there is an issue with the electrical system, schedule an appointment so we can inspect it for you.