We offer inspections, repairs, and maintenance on electrical and electronic systems on all makes and models.
When you turn the key in the ignition of a vehicle (or press the button on a keyless ignition), the electrical system engages immediately. The main components of a car’s electrical system include the generator, starting motor, ignition system, lighting system, and storage battery. Modern vehicles also include electronic components, such as the audio system, display screens, and active driver aids. In the earliest automobiles, the only electrical parts were part of the ignition system that helped to start the car. Today’s cars are much more reliant on the electrical and electronic systems.
It’s frustrating to try to start your car, only to find that it’s not getting sufficient electrical power to engage the engine and start the other systems and components. The battery may be to blame, which serves as the main power source for all electrical components. If a battery is starting to wear out, you might notice that the lights flicker on and off or the electrical systems in your car don’t perform as well as they once did. But a drained battery rarely gives a warning sign, at least until the car won’t start.
The wiring that connects the electrical components to one another can also wear out. It’s important to have your vehicle’s electrical and electronic systems checked out regularly. If you’re located in or around Middlesex, New Jersey, you can bring your ride to Stoms Automotive for service. We offer inspections, repairs, and maintenance on electrical and electronic systems on all makes and models.