Electrical System

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  • Electrical System

    Starting & Charging Performance Test

    Why this is important
    The battery, starter and alternator are key components in the electrical system that starts your vehicle and keeps it running. A weak component can cause premature wear in other system components or cause the entire system to fail. For example, a weak battery left unchecked can overwork the alternator, ultimately causing it to fail.

    What's included:

    • Computerized diagnosis of your vehicle's battery, starter and alternator with printout.
    • Inspection of alternator drive belt.
    • Inspection of cable connections (including ground and battery terminals).
    • Comprehensive evaluation based on the manufacturer's specifications and our technician's expert recommendations.
    • Detailed written estimate for items requiring adjustment, repair or replacement.

    When to have this done

    • When experiencing any of the following symptoms:
    • Dashboard battery warning light is illuminated.
    • Battery, starter or alternator is replaced.
    • Vehicle has trouble or fails to crank over at start-up.
    • Noticeable slow cranking or noise upon start-up.

    Battery Health Test

    Why this is important
    Batteries have a limited life and will eventually require replacement. When a battery fails, the vehicle will not start, and could leave you stranded, requiring a tow or battery boost. We identify battery concerns before they become a problem.

    What's included

    • Computerized check of the battery's health and performance with printout.
    • Visual inspection of the battery mounting brackets as well as battery cables and terminals.
    • Detailed written estimate for items requiring adjustment, repair or replacement.

    When to have this done

    • At minimum, every 6 months (ideally at the beginning of summer and winter because batteries typically fail in extreme hot or cold weather).
    • Battery, starter or alternator is replaced.
    • Vehicle has trouble or fails to crank over at start-up.

    Did you know?
    How the starting and charging system works:

    • The starter motor 'cranks' the engine when you turn the key.
    • The battery provides electrical energy to turn the starter motor.
    • When the vehicle is started, the charging system is activated and the alternator restores energy to the battery that was used to 'crank' the engine.
    • The battery also powers items including lights and the radio. The alternator maintains a proper charge in the battery while these items are being used.
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