Location

100 N Church St
Olathe, KS 66061

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Hours

Mon - Fri
8am - 6pm

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Best Auto Electrical Repair Shop Near Shawnee KS

Accurate diagnostics from experienced ASE certified technicians

this means you'll save money on unnecessary repairs and body work for your vehicle

Honest pricing

you'll get a quote of any work needed and will get a detailed receipt at the end

Warranty

we stand behind our work. If for any reason you feel we didn't do a good job, bring the car back to us and we'll make it right

Need a ride?

if the work needed in your car will take more than a couple hours, ask us to give you a ride if you can't wait

Auto electrical repair and automotive electronic system diagnostics, electrical repair and diagnostics in Olathe by L&D Auto

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.

About automotive electrical systems

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.

Electrical system terminology:

  • Current - The flow of electrons or the movement of electrical charge within an electronic circuit.
  • Direct current (DC) - All electrons flow in the same direction.
  • Alternating current (AC) - the directions of the electrons change according to a wave pattern.
  • Bridge rectifier - converts alternating current (AC) from the alternator to direct current (DC) to charge the car battery and power other important car systems.
  • Amps are the units used to measure electrical currents. An ammeter is used to measure amperes.
  • Voltage - measured in volts, voltage refers to the electromotive force that causes current to flow through a circuit.
  • Ohms - resistance in an electrical flow is measured in ohms.

Our ASE mechanics are trained and experienced in the maintenance and repair of hybrid vehicles.

Components of an electrical system:

  • Alternator - generates direct current (DC) to charge your car's battery and power other electrical components of the car.
  • Battery - powers the car's starter motor and ignition, as well as assists the alternator in powering other electrical components of the car as needed.
  • Starter motor - starts the vehicle's engine when the key is turned in the ignition.
  • Wires - conductors of electrical circuits. The amount of current a wire can carry is proportional to its size.
  • Wiring harness - set of plastic or metal clips that hold a group of wires together and serve as connectors.
  • Headlamps
  • Power Steering
  • Power-adjustable windows and seats

Common automotive electrical circuit faults:

  • Open circuits - A break in the circuit (commonly caused by faulty connections) interrupts the flow of current and can render the automobile's electrical components connected to the circuit inoperable. The primary causes are:
    • Improper connection
    • Disconnected fuse
    • Faulty component
    • On/off switch
  • Ground Shorts - When a wire comes in contact with ground due to damaged insulation, the current is grounded prematurely.
  • Power short circuits - These are voltage short circuits between two circuits or between one branch of a circuit and another.
  • High resistance: can cause the circuit load to operate inefficiently or not at all. Root causes are:
    • Wire fracture.
    • Corroded or contaminated connections
  • Low resistance - can cause wires, controllers or other circuit components to be damaged. Root causes are:
    • Missing or malfunctioning loads/resistors.

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Our credentials

Our mechanics are fully certified (ASE, Technet)

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Our auto repair shop holds an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB)

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Testimonials

But, don't take our word for it! Here are some of the many testimonials from past clients

Talented Automotive Technicians performing jobs dealers can't or won't do

Seriously Talented Automotive Technicians performing jobs dealers can't or won't do and succeeding. They need larger shop.

Mac Kreig

you would never be able to tell any body work was needed! It is so nice to have found a place I can trust

I have had my car for 6 years and needed some minor body work. I also wanted a “detail” done to make my car feel new again. This was my first time working with this business. The work was done quickly and at a great price and my car has NEVER been this clean!! It’s beautiful —you would never be able to tell any body work was needed! It is so nice to have found a place I can trust to meet (actually exceed) my needs!! Highly recommend!!!

Carrie Roberts

The service was great and affordable. Jose was very nice and told me about the condition of my car and the possible repairs

I found L&D Auto Specialist using Google search and I was skeptical at first. I wasn't sure what to expect of this auto repair shop. I guess I didn't want to walk into an expensive auto shop. I needed transmission service and we all know it's not cheap. The service was great and affordable. Jose was very nice and told me about the condition of my car and the possible repairs that I will have to do soon...

Daisy Martinez

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Vehicles serviced

Because of our strong partnerships with local parts suppliers, we can deliver top-quality parts for any make or model very fast. In many cases, we can complete auto and body repairs the same day! All of our technicians/mechanics are experienced on both domestic and imported vehicles, including:

Foreign cars

Import european cars

BMW, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Fiat, VolksWagen (VW), Volvo, Mini Cooper, Saab, SmartCar, Porsche, Masterati, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Range Rover, Lotus

Japanese and Asian cars

Toyota, Lexus, Honda, Acura, Nissan, Infiniti, Mazda, Hyundai, Suzuki, Subaru, and Kia.

Domestic cars

  • Ford: Lincoln, Mercury, Continental.
  • General Motors: Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac, Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Saturn, Hummer.
  • Chrysler: Jeep, Dodge, Plymouth, and Ram Trucks.

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About Shawnee Ks

Shawnee is a city in Johnson County, Kansas, United States and is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 62,209 with a 2019 estimate of 65,807

A Shawnee Indian mission had been established at the present site of Shawnee in 1831. Shawnee was laid out as a town in 1857.

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