Nothing is more frustrating than suffering car problems in busy traffic. We’ve all been there before. Perhaps the engine has died and you can’t get it started again, or perhaps the lights and electrical systems in your car are flashing, not working or doing other funny things. Or worse, maybe your windshield wipers stopped working in the middle of a heavy rain storm. Whatever electrical issue your car is giving you, we at Elite RV & Car Care repair almost anything, and electrical problems in cars, trucks, SUVs and RVs are no exception.
At Elite RV & Car Care, we maintain a customers first attitude. When you are down on your luck, and your car is giving you electrical problems, you deserve to be treated with fairness and integrity. We believe in repairing only the defective electronic parts needing to be fixed. We will diagnose specific electrical components of your vehicle and test them to make sure they are working correctly instead of just replacing them as some mechanics do.
Our auto electrical services include:
Alternators – these convert mechanical energy into electrical energy which helps recharge your car’s battery and keep your car’s electrical components working. They can be rebuilt by an expert auto repair technician. At Elite RV & Car Care, we have experts who can repair your bad alternator and get your vehicle back on the road in great working condition.
Batteries – these store and supply electric energy to the vehicle’s various electrical components such as the starter/ignition system, automatic transmission, radio, lights, etc. Without enough electrical energy, your car will begin to lose power because it relies on consistent electric current to function properly. It’s one of the most important elements of your vehicle. However, before replacing a battery, we will run tests on your alternator to see if you have an alternator problem rather than a battery problem.
Starters – these draw heavily on the power of the battery and initiate the engine’s operation through the use of a starter relay or starter solenoid. If your car won’t turn over, and you’ve ensured that your vehicle is in park, then you likely have an electrical issue. If the car turns over but won’t start, then it could be any number of issues related to fuel, compression or possibly a worn starter. Whatever the issue is, our expert auto repair technicians will be able to help.