The technicians at our Olathe auto repair shop are ASE master certified in automotive electrical system repair and automotive electronic system diagnosis and repair. Contact us today if you have any questions or need help with auto electrical systems repair or diagnostics.
Today's cars are more electronically controlled than ever before. Nearly every major automotive system is influenced by the computer and your vehicle's electrical system. Electrical problems can cause a wide range of problems, including the need for brake repair due to electronic problems within the anti-lock brake system. Because the transmission control module is electronically controlled, electronic diagnostics are often used in transmission repairs and rebuilds. Similarly, your vehicle's air conditioning system includes several electronic components, such as the control panel and AC control switch. As a result, air conditioning repair and automotive electrical repair are often related. If your car won't start, electrical diagnostics can determine if the problem is with the charging system, such as a bad alternator, if the vehicle needs a starter replacement, or if there is another malfunction causing the problem.
All electrical circuits operate according to the laws of physics. Ohm's law, which describes the relationship between amperage, current and voltage, governs the operation of automotive electrical systems in particular. This law allows us to use the information we have about two of the variables to test the third unknown variable.
Our ASE mechanics are trained and experienced in the maintenance and repair of hybrid vehicles.
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Jose and angel are great in every aspect. I have been taking my vehicles to them for a couole of years. As a woman i feel comfortable going here and not being taken advantage of. Always very helpful, nice and knowledgeable. Will continue going as long as theh are here
I consulted with the owner on some engine light errors. He determined it was not what they thought it was at a part's store which saved me some money on a part that I did not really need and he properly diagnosed 2 different issues which I thought was done at a much better price than I had expected. I frankly believe that it is hard to find a "straight shooter" in this industry and after about 3 different visits, I think it is time to share my thoughts on this shop. All I need is a straight shooter that will fix only what I need at a fair price and I feel that is the case here.
Eudora is a city in Douglas County, Kansas, United States. The city is located along the Kansas and Wakarusa Rivers. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 6,136
In 1856, three members of a German Immigrant Settlement Company from Chicago, sent out a location committee to choose a town site in the new Kansas Territory. Favoring the Eudora area, they drew up contracts with Shawnee Chief Paschal Fish, the original owner of the town site. The new town was named Eudora in honor of Chief Fish's daughter.