Auto Electrical Repair & Service in Rockville, MD
Sudden electrical problems with your vehicle can be a cause for concern, especially if you notice the check engine light is on, your headlight bulb has blown out, a light inside your vehicle stops working, or you’re having trouble with your vehicle’s power locks or windows. Electrical problems can stem from a number of different issues, including problems with wiring, fuses, or circuit breakers.
At Auto Clinic Care in Rockville, MD, our Master ASE certified mechanics are experienced repairing electrical problems on all makes and models of vehicles. Regardless of the problem that you are experiencing, our experts will determine the exact cause of the issue and restore your vehicle to top working condition the first time around.
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Here are some common issues that can indicate electrical problems:
- Battery is dead
- Car won’t start
- Check engine light is on
- Headlights dim or not working
- Lights not working inside vehicle
- Power window problems
- Power locks not working
- Radio isn’t working
Any of the symptoms listed above can indicate an electrical problem in your vehicle. As soon as you notice anything strange with an electrical component, don’t hesitate to bring your vehicle to the experts at our Rockville auto electrical repair shop. We have the latest tools and diagnostic technology to accurately diagnose and repair the issue.
If the check engine light has turned on, your vehicle is telling you that there is a problem with a major component in your vehicle. When an issue occurs, a signal from a sensor will be sent to your car’s main computer system to signal that something isn’t right. Our shop has state-of-the-art code readers to determine the source of the signal. Once we figure out the source of the problem, we can look at that system and take a look to determine what is causing the problem.
A dead battery can also indicate a problem with an electrical component. Batteries usually last around 4 years depending on the brand of battery and how well you maintain your vehicle. If the battery is still in fairly good condition, the problem could be from a faulty alternator or starter. If you can jump start your vehicle, it is still important to stop by our shop so that we can make sure there isn’t another underlying problem that is causing your battery to die quickly.
Faulty power locks and power windows can also indicate an electrical issue, usually stemming from a blown fuse. We will check the relay system that gives power to your vehicle’s power locks and repair any faulty components.
If you need auto electrical repair, don’t hesitate to bring your vehicle into professionals here at Auto Clinic Care. Schedule an appointment online or give us a call today!