Automotive Electrical System Service and Repair
Every car, truck, van, and SUV on the road today has an electrical system that keeps it starting and running reliably. As automotive technology has progressed over the past 50 years, electrical systems have become more and more complicated, requiring more training for mechanics who maintain these systems. It’s not just about the battery and alternator anymore — today’s automotive electrical systems have a level of complexity that requires ongoing education for anyone who is going to work on them.
We Handle Everything Electrical
Without quality batteries, starters, alternators, wiring kits, motors and fuses, you’re rolling the dice any time you drive your vehicle. Thompson Automotive employs ASE-certified master mechanics who are specifically trained in electrical system diagnostics and repair, so you know you are trusting your vehicle to qualified professionals regardless of what the issue is.
Often, it’s a check engine light that comes on indicating an electrical fault. Or, it could be a failure of a peripheral electrical motor, like the ones that power your sunroof, seats, or mirrors. Whatever the situation may be, Thompson Automotive can identify the fault, prescribe the necessary repairs, and have the work completed in the shortest amount of time.
We are experts in servicing the entire electrical system, including:
- Alarm Systems
- Alternator Installations & Repairs
- Battery & Ignition Service & Repairs
- Blown Fuses
- Check Engine Light
- Computer Diagnostics
- Electrical Diagnostics
- Fuel Injections & Pumps
- Power Accessories
- Short Circuits
Remember that driving your vehicle with an electrical fault can put stress on the rest of the electrical system. This scenario can result in costly repairs down the road unless action is taken to balance out the electrical load according to the manufacturer’s specification.
Trust the Proven Professionals
Because every vehicle make, model, and mileage varies, no two electrical issues are likely to be addressed in the same way. Thompson Automotive takes a holistic, “total car” approach to addressing the precise electrical problem, knowing exactly what to look for in vehicles that are at the 10,000-mile, 50,000-mile or even 200,000-mile mark.
Some automotive service providers cannot work on newer-model vehicles due to the sophistication of the electrical system. At Thompson Automotive, this is never a concern. Just tell us the year, make and model of your vehicle and what appears to be wrong and we’ll do the rest.
Have a question about your vehicle’s electrical system? Want professional advice about how to solve an electrical problem that has just cropped up? Contact Thompson Automotive now and put our expertise to work for you.
Make Your Appointment Today
Our trained, knowledgeable technicians are standing by to give you an accurate diagnosis and repair recommendation for whatever electrical problem you might be experiencing. Contact us today!