As you can imagine, we’ve been asked a lot of the same questions by our customers over the years…so, to help you out, we’ve compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions.
If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, please feel free to give our team a call to discuss your particular auto electrical or air-conditioning issue.
Q. My car won’t start. It just makes a fast clicking sound.
A. Fast clicking is a sign of a poor battery connection or faulty battery. Check your terminals and get your battery checked.
Q. My car won’t start. It gives one click then nothing.
A. This could be your starter motor failing or voltage drop in the starting circuit.
Q. My blinkers blink very quickly
A. This usually means there is a current load issue in the blinker circuit, Check your globes they could be blown or broken.
Q. When I switch my lights from low to high beam they drop out.
A. This would point to the contacts in your combination switch.
Q. My car’s air conditioning is not as cold as it used to be.
A. The system could be low on gas which means your system needs to be checked thoroughly for a leak.
Q. I have a battery light staying on on the dash even after I have replaced the battery.
A. This is pointing to an alternator/charging issue and needs to be check ASAP or your car will fail to start.
Q. I drove my car last night and this morning it won’t start.
A. Possible battery drain fault e.g. lights left on/ doors not closed/or even boot light staying on. If all this is ok then there probably a charging fault.
Q. I put my electric windows down and now it won’t go up. I can hear a motor in the door working.
A. In the door well of your car there is a mechanism called a regulator, this in combination with a motor makes the window operate. If you can hear the window motor trying to work then it is possible the regulator has failed.