Does My Car Have Electrical Issues?
One of the most frustrating situations for car owners can be when car electrical issues arise. These problems leave drivers puzzled, wondering what to do and where to go. Today, car companies are producing cars that make electricity less of an issue but if you are an owner of an older model car, you might face some electrical problems. Below are four signs your car is suffering:
Difficulty starting a vehicle is the most common indicator of electrical problems. When a car is cranked up and fails to start, there could be something wrong with the battery, alternator, or starter — all things involving electricity. Avoid leaving your lights on, and regularly check if all things electric on your car are functioning properly.
Dim Lights While Driving
Dim lights are not supposed to be used in any conditions. If lights are dimming, have your car examined for electrical problems. There could possibly be loose wires, problems with the battery, alternator, or the voltage regulator.
When a car has electrical problems, the smell of burning wires, insulation, melting connections (and more) is apparent and unpleasant. These odd smells indicate issues that could become more serious. Avoid that trouble and bring your car into the shop right away.
Brakes Work, Brake Lights Don’t
You’re coming to a complete stop but the brake lights don’t function — definitely a sign of electrical damage. Commonly, a blown bulb or fuse could be the cause but an outage could indicate electrical system issues.
Although there are far more hints your electrical system needs help, the previous tips can help you be aware of potential electrical problems. For professional car and truck help, Kingsway Transmission is the perfect place to go. With a long list of services and professional auto technicians we’ll get your vehicle running smoothly. Call today at (905) 428-8940!