Auto Electrical System Repair in Greenville, SC
Do you suspect that there might be an issue with your car’s electrical system? Maybe your door chime dings constantly, or your radio stops working when you turn the blinker on.
Electrical issues can be caused by a number of things from old age causing dirt and debris, corrosion, accidents, even critters getting in under the hood and chewing the wires.
What Does the Electrical System in Your Car Do?
Your car’s electrical system controls everything from starting your car up to turning on your lights, radio, A/C and more. The bottom line is, without a fully-functioning electrical system in your car, you’re going to have a tough time driving it.
How Does Your Car’s Electrical System Work?
The battery is the core of your car’s electrical system. If you don’t have a fully charged car battery, or if your battery is old and can't hold a full charge, your electrical system may not function properly. Your car battery sends out power to parts of your car through the use of control modules. The modules are made to send and receive electrical power from your battery through electrical wiring. They’re also made to communicate with all of your car’s other modules so that they always know what’s going on.
The difficulty with electrical system diagnostics in a car is that they are often intermittent and come and go seemingly at will. This can make it difficult to pinpoint the source of the problem quickly. A good electrical automotive technician can identify issues that might present themselves, however some electrical issues take longer to diagnose than others. Although your electrical system as a whole can be relatively complicated, our technicians can test it at all of the various points to see where your problem is stemming from.