Symptoms of Common Electrical Problems
Is your truck not starting? If so, you may have an electrical issue somewhere within your ignition system. The most common culprit is a dead battery, but when you look deeper, there are a wide array of other components that may also be at fault. For example, a malfunctioning alternator will fail to charge your battery and, as such, you’ll be unable to start your engine. Other culprits include malfunctioning glow plugs, which although only used to encourage combustion, can still affect your ignition system. Regardless of the issue, we’ll get you back on the road.
If lights are popping up on your dashboard, you may have an electrical issue. For example, if you see airbag lights pop up, a check engine light, or a malfunctioning indicator lamp, you may have a fault somewhere in your electrical system. A common cause is often water damage. Water and electrical systems do not mix!
Your Truck Throws Codes
A truck that throws codes is one that almost certainly has an electrical issue. Codes can be thrown for a variety of reasons, but one of the most common is some sort of failure in your electrical system. Malfunctioning sensors, component failure, and damaged wire harnesses can all throw codes. At Superior Towing and Fleet Service, we’re experts at diagnosing electrical issues. We’ve got the diagnostic tools and software to tackle even the most complex electrical problems.
To book an appointment for diagnostics and electrical repair services, call today.