Our Auto Care Plus Technicians are keenly aware of the frustration associated with electrical systems and warning lights. We help vehicle owners understand what these mysterious indicator lights and/or malfunctioning electrical systems mean.
WARNING LIGHTS & ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
In addition to the check engine light, most modern vehicles offer all sorts of warnings designed to help them address everything from emergency flashers to oil levels. Sometimes, resolution is quick and painless. Other times, it is confusing and frustrating.
The types of systems warning lights are connected to include, (but may not be limited to):
- Fuel Injection Systems
- Ignition Systems
- Battery & Charging System
- Flashers, Headlights, Brake Lights, Door Ajar, Seat Belts
- Power Accessories or Auxiliary Equipment
- Instrument Gauges (oil pressure, etc).
- Heating and AC operation
Unfortunately, (or fortunately, as the case may be); warning lights can malfunction, leading to a frustrating search for the indicated problem when the issues instead, is a malfunctioning electrical component.
Our Certified Technicians have been trained to look for electrical issues when warning lights do not cease after a system proves to be sound. Since the wire harnessing and sub-harnessing systems can be quite complex, we have been trained to recognize which are routed to operating versus internal systems. Additionally, we have diagnosing equipment that helps us trace the source of the electrical malfunction and resolve the underlying issue quickly.