Common Auto Electric Problems
The electrical system in your car controls a lot more than just the radio and power windows. It gets your motor running and ensures that the car runs properly through a vast system of sensors, wires and circuits. While some electrical problems are simple to fix other require the skilled hands of an auto technician to get the repair completed. If you experience any auto electric issues contact your local mechanic to have the problem diagnosed and repaired.
The alternator is what keeps your vehicles battery healthy. It is hooked up to a belt system that ensures the battery stays charged. If the alternator goes bad the battery will quickly use all it's juice powering lights and other accessories and once the battery dies the car will not be able to start.
Bad Spark Plugs or Wires
If your car seems to be running rough it could be due to corroded or dirty spark plugs or spark plug wires. The spark plugs are fed a small electrical charge which in turns creates a tiny electrical explosion that powers the pistons up and down.
Fuses are used to distribute the correct amount of electrical power to a certain system. If a fuse blows the system will not be able to get any power. Nearly everything in the car has a fuse attached to it, from the radio to power windows, to lights to sensors throughout the vehicle. Fuses are easy to change and very inexpensive.
Batteries feed all the electrical components of your car, if they die you won't be able to start your car, more or less turn on your navigation. Batteries do wear out over time and need to be replaced, but all too often a light will get left on and drain the battery's power. If this happens the battery will just need a jump start.
Whatever electrical trouble you're having the expert mechanics at O.N.B. Automotive in Everett will be able to get the problem quickly taken care of. We are professionals when it comes to auto electric repair in Everett, but we do much more than that. We can complete brake repair, AC repair, transmission repair and scheduled maintenance at our shop. Call O.N.B at 425-317-9618 to schedule an appointment for auto repair in Everett today!
O.N.B. Automotive Blog
Written By Brian Corey
Published By MORBiZ