When Your Car’s Get-Up-and-Go Got Up and Went
Car Care Auto Center Keeps Your Car Running
It’s the absolute worst feeling in the world when you hop in your car, go to crank the engine, and nothing happens. Your car won’t start. Unless it’s nothing more than an empty fuel tank, that non-starting car needs attention from the ASE-certified mechanics at Car Care Auto Center in Bourbonnais, Illinois.
Did you accidentally leave a door ajar or your headlights on overnight? If you notice that nothing is on in your car: no dashboard lights or sounds, your most likely culprit is a dead or corroded battery. Your mechanic can tell you if the battery is truly dead or if your connections are just corroded and need cleaning. If you can get your battery jumped via another vehicle or an emergency jump kit, while you’ll save on calling a tow truck, you still need to make a beeline for your trusty auto repair shop.
If you hear a clicking sound when you try to start the vehicle, you’re probably dealing with a dead starter. The starter is what turns your engine on, and without a working one, you’ll need a tow to the auto service center for assistance.
The fuel pump gets fuel to the engine; without it, you’ll go nowhere. If you don’t hear your fuel pump upon attempting to start the car, you may have a bad fuel pump onboard. Call a tow and get your automobile in front of an experienced car mechanic immediately. If not the fuel pump, you might also be dealing with a faulty or clogged fuel filter. Those need to change regularly every 20,000 to 40,000 miles as part of your regular vehicle maintenance.
If you’ve noticed your headlights dimming, it may be a failed alternator, which is how your car keeps its battery charged. Car Care Auto Center offers customers a free maintenance inspection service every six months to catch problems before you may need a tow truck. Rather than wake up for work one morning to a dead battery, have a regular, standing date with your automotive repair shop.
Get Back on the Road Quickly—Car Care Auto Center
Another common reason your car won’t start is faulty spark plugs or a malfunctioning anti-theft device. If your anti-theft component has gone bad, visiting our shop can get quick diagnostics. We will address any failed parts or changed factory settings to get you back on the road. Regardless of why your car won’t crank, the experienced team of certified professionals at Car Care Auto Center has the knowledge, tools, and skill to get your vehicle running like a dream. Stop in or call and schedule an appointment today.By Car Care Auto Center on September 13th, 2022 in Auto Repair