Our experts at SWFL Experts Automotive use specialized diagnostic equipment to access your vehicle’s data and pinpoint the cause of any electrical problems in order to troubleshoot your vehicle’s electrical system.

Our electrical diagnostics system service includes:

  • A thorough visual inspection of the battery and case condition
  • We will Check to ensure your battery can still deliver adequate power, and replace it if necessary
  • Electrical cable connections are examined and adjusted if necessary
  • Engine diagnostics may be necessary to troubleshoot sophisticated systems or complex electrical problems

 

Why is it important to get your vehicle’s electrical system serviced?

There are dozens of electrical components needed to route power in your vehicle’s electrical system and these can vary according to vehicle make, model and age. Your electrical system includes your vehicle’s battery, alternator and starter. Many new vehicles feature sophisticated computer systems that affect functions like steering, brakes, sensors, and more. All of the electrical components make it difficult to diagnose the cause of vehicle electrical problems, but most begin and end with your battery.

What Will a Vehicle Diagnostic Tell You?

Performing a vehicle diagnostic can reveal a number of problems associated with the transmission, oil tank, gas tank, exhaust system and other components of the vehicle. Modern vehicles designed with computer processors, microchips and sensors can be linked to a vehicle diagnostic computer scan to pinpoint exactly where the problem exists. The scans are performed at our auto repair shop by our certified mechanics. After the vehicle diagnostic is performed, the computer will tag each data point to reveal what needs to be corrected and stores this code so that our technician can look in a specific area for the problem.

When you need a electrical diagnostic on your vehicle, you need the right equipment and an experienced technician to make accurate diagnosis of your electrical system, without causing possible further damage to sensitive electronic components. Before just replacing the battery, have a charging system test to be sure nothing else may have caused the battery to fail.

Let one of our ASE Certified technicians at SWFL Experts Automotive perform this test for you today.