Electrical problems can be very frustrating. Have you ever had a component malfunction when you needed it most? Maybe your windshield wipers refuse to cooperate, or your door locks fail to lock properly. Maybe you’ve even had trouble with your ignition system. Well, here at National Fleet Management, we’re here to deal with these electrical issues, so you don’t have to. We designed our diagnostic processes to be as efficient and effective as possible, meaning we’ll have your electrical system sorted out in no time. Not to mention, we also have some of the greatest diagnostic equipment in the industry.
Common Electrical Issues
When an electrical component in your vehicle stops working, fuses are generally to blame. Although it may be easy to replace the fuse and move on, there’s still an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. Fuses are just sacrificial parts. If too much electricity flows through them, they’ll blow, hence the inoperable components. For this to happen, something else has to be going wrong. What’s causing this excess flow? Here at National Fleet Management, we’ll uncover the cause of your blown fuses and repair that too.
If your vehicle’s weatherproofing fails and water comes into contact with your electrical systems, chances are things will go haywire. You’ll likely see a lot of dashboard lights come on, and a lot of components may malfunction rather than just stop working. Here at National Fleet Management, not only will we repair the damaged portions of your electrical system, but we’ll repair the damage that allowed water to get in your vehicle in the first place.