The Importance of a Healthy Vehicle Electrical System
Your European vehicle’s electrical system generates power for a wide variety of parts, including the starter, battery, and alternator. Our team of German vehicle repair specialists understands each vehicle model possesses unique electrical system characteristics. For example, the design of the electrical system that powers an Audi is different than the design of the electrical system that powers a Porsche.
Recently released models have more complex computer systems that interact with electrically driven components such as brakes, sensors, and steering wheel. Analyzing and fixing advanced electrical components require the expertise of ASE technicians who specialize in repairing electrical systems that are unique to different models.
Signs of Electrical System Trouble
Despite the many differences between the design and operation of German manufactured vehicle electrical systems, signs of trouble remain consistent for most models. If you start a Volkswagen or BMW and you hear clicking, grinding, or no noise at all, the time has come to contact one of our ASE technicians to schedule an appointment for a free estimate. The average lifespan for a vehicle battery is between three and six years. We encourage of valued customers to be proactive and prevent electrical system issues by replacing a car battery at around the four year mark.
Symptoms of A/C Problems
When you climb Interstate 15 to reach the high desert on a typical summer day, you might hear your car’s air conditioner system struggle to handle the stress of temperatures exceeding 100 degrees on a road climbing lowly for nearly 12 miles. This is an obvious symptom of a distressed A/C system.
Our team of BMW, Volkswagen, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz specialists have accumulated years of hands on experience to diagnose, troubleshoot, and fix any air conditioning or electrical problem you have that requires European vehicle repair experience.
As mentioned above if you are experiencing no air conditioning, strange noises, bad smells, water stains or AC fluid leaks, contact us immediately for a free quote.
No air conditioning represents the most obvious symptom of a defective vehicle A/C system. However, the other four symptoms also require immediate auto repair service performed by our German vehicle repair specialists. You do not need to connect one or more of the symptoms to a broken down air conditioner. The key is to recognize there is a problem that you must address immediately.
Whether you experience an electrical system issue with your Audi or a failed air conditioner for your Mercedes-Benz, you need experienced auto service that fixes the problem efficiently. Our customer first team of ASE technicians keep you informed every step of the way to prevent the frustration caused by poor communication from mechanics and technicians.
Schedule your free estimate today to ensure your vehicle’s air conditioner and electrical system receives the finest care provided by certified German auto repair specialists.