Electrical faults on a vehicle can range from something as simple as a loose plug or blown fuse, to a dead or faulty battery, a broken alternator or starter motor, or ignition issues.
There’s wide range of issues that can lead to an electrical fault in your vehicle. The most common cause of electrical issues is the car battery failing, but it could also be down to a loose connection, a blown fuse, or something else entirely.
If your vehicle is showing any of the below signs, it may have an electrical fault and it’s best to get the issue checked out as soon as possible.
- Issues with engine starting
- Burning plastic smell
- Headlights aren’t working properly.
- Fuses keep blowing
- Battery problems
Why Auto Mechanix
There are two main types of new car warranties. A car manufacturer may offer warranties against defects, commonly called a manufacturer’s warranty and can also be referred to as a statutory warranty.
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