Electrical System

Starting and Charging
Your vehicle’s starting and charging system is involved in regulating multiple electrical processes to start your vehicle’s engine and keep it running.

The starting system consists of the battery, a starter motor, and a starter solenoid responsible for starting the engine, while the charging system consists of an alternator and voltage regulator.

The charging system is responsible for routing energy throughout the entire electrical process, while sustaining the battery’s charge.

This process begins when you turn on the ignition. Then, the electrical system sends power from the battery, to the starter solenoid, to the starter motor. The starter motor turns the engine in order to begin the internal combustion process. The alternator powers the other electrical components in your vehicle while, the regulator controls the voltage supplied to each component. The regulator ensures that the alternator maintains the battery’s charge, so that the entire cycle can continue.

We are a full service repair facility and can help you solve all your Starter, Alternator, Battery & Electrical system issues. Give us a call to get your car back on the road.
 
Battery
The battery supplies the electric power necessary to start the vehicle.

We stock Interstate & Bosch brand batteries and have proper testing equipment to make sure your battery will keep you on the road instead of waiting for a jump start.
Give us a call for a free battery test, and rest assured that your car will be ready to start in the morning.
614-873-4470