Electrical Repair

The average cost for an electrical system diagnosis is between $133 and $162. Labor costs are estimated between $87 and $111 while parts are priced between $46 and $51.
As time progresses, technology advances. No exception to this rule is auto electric repair.

Electrical Car Repair

Phoenix residents have a love affair with both new and classic vehicles, and both of them require electrical repairs in some capacity. Understanding the scope of how technology has permeated the automotive world is something that can be saved for another day.

Electrical Problems Can Cause Several Components To Not Work

Suffice it to say that there are several components of your vehicle which rely on the electronics of your vehicle to keep it running properly. 

ASE Certified Master Technicians - Curt's Auto Repair, Phoenix
Our ASE Certified Technicians are here to make certain that all aspects of your vehicle's electronics are functioning as they should be.

Because the auto electric repair process constitutes a vast amount of troubleshooting, it is important to note that there is simply no substitute for skill and experience when it comes to auto electric repair, but having an idea as to where problems can occur is a huge step forward for the driver.

Know the electrical components of your vehicle:

  • Battery
  • Sensors
  • Wiring
  • Alternator
electrical components of car

Jumping to conclusions here can be a serious waste of time and resources. By taking the time to inspect the problem before replacing the battery, our technicians make certain you are getting what you need to have the problem solved.

Different Electrical Components of Your Vehicle

  • Almost every driver understands that their vehicle will have difficulty starting, or outright refuse to start if the battery is faulty.
  • Problems here can range from a shorted wire to bad connection to the battery, or even a dead battery.
  • A bad sensor often results in a check engine light.
  • Jumping straight to the emissions systems without first checking the sensor is a mistake that often returns to haunt the customer with a returning check engine light 50 miles after driving away.
  • Not only is this annoying, but it constitutes a failure on the part of the technician for due diligence.
  • Working with the wiring of a vehicle can quickly turn into a nightmare if the technician is not experienced with the best practices of the job.
  • Usually, this means a great deal of painstaking troubleshooting and working through the possibilities before work begins.
  • A failing alternator will not only kill your existing battery, but it will also drain any battery that it is attached to.
  • Making certain there is nothing wrong with the alternator when you discover a failing battery is important if you intend to fix the issue permanently.

Don't Be Confused When It Comes To Auto Electric Repairs

We invite you to contact us if you have any questions regarding your auto electric repairs. Our staff will be glad to take the time to answer your questions and give you the information you need.

When it comes to auto electric repairs, there is a pretty serious level of confusion about what exactly needs to be done. We take the position that our customers deserve to be in the know regarding what their vehicle needs; this means we take the time to explain exactly what we are suggesting and what problems are being solved.

Having Electrical Issues?

Our staff will be more than happy to address any concerns you have and give you the information you need to make the right choice for you and your vehicle.

We invite you to contact us if you have any questions about what we can do about your electrical issues. 


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Ask Questions

Ask as many questions as you need. Do not be embarrassed to request lay definitions.

Be Patient

Don't rush the technician to make an on-the-spot diagnosis. You may ask to be called and apprised of the problem, course of action, and costs before work begins.


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