An alternator keeps your battery charged. It also provides power to operate your lights and other electric accessories while your car is running. If your Dodge is exhibiting symptoms of a bad alternator, such as hard or slow cranking when you try to start your vehicle, lights that seem a bit too dim, and of course the ominous red BATT, ALT, or GEN light glowing on the dash, bring it in to the experts at CARLIFE Auto Repair in Scottsdale, Arizona, for a professional once over. On your Dodge dashboard, the battery light indicates that the battery is not being charged properly, which could really mean a problem with your alternator. But, be warned. Since the alternator itself is the power behind these indicator lights, it’s quite possible to have a problem alternator without an indicator light warning you. If you think you have a bad alternator, bring your car to the experts at CARLIFE Auto Repair in Scottsdale to diagnose and correct the problem quickly and efficiently.
Most modern cars, including Dodges, include a wide variety of electronic systems to make your ride more comfortable and dependable. These electronic systems require a dependable source of power as supplied by an alternator. The CSE certified mechanics at CARLIFE Auto Repair are trained to keep these systems running at peak levels of performance. They will be able to quickly troubleshoot your vehicle, and isolate and correct the problem before it causes you any more inconvenience. Our experts can easily service your alternator, or replace it completely. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction, striving to provide the best service and support in the Valley of the Sun. Pay us a visit the next time you suspect a problem with your Dodge, and whether that problem is big or small, it will seem insignificant by the time you leave us.