Grapevine, TX Electrical System Repair Experts

Whether your car won’t start, your battery won’t charge, you have indicator light issues or your headlights or taillights are acting up, our European Car Shop in Dallas TX is here to help.

Car batteries are a frequent electrical culprit for car problems. Batteries, like any electric device, can fail at any time, even when they’re brand new. Optimally, a car battery should have a 13.5-volt output. Even if it is a 12-volt car battery, an actual 12-volt output is not a good sign. Import Car Center can check the functionality, connections, and cleanliness of your vehicle.

Alternator problems can start with something as minute as a dim headlight or a flickering indicator light. The mechanical makeup of an alternator is relatively simple, but an alternator failing to function can result in the failure of other important car components. Not only can a faulty alternator lead to the failure of your car’s accessories, but also a lack of battery charge or the necessary power to start your car in the first place.

For electrical system problems on european cars, call us today!

Our Dallas European Car Repair Shop services the following cars: BMW-Mercedes Benz-Jaguar-Land Rover-Volkswagen-AUDI-Mini Cooper-Porsche-Volvo and Many other European Cars.

We also service the following cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex: Colleyville, Coppell, Dallas, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Irving, Keller, North Richland Hills, Roanoke, Southlake, Trophy Club, Westlake.

We Remain OPENWe have taken all the necessary precautions to serve our customers

We are thoroughly and frequently sanitizing our establishment. Our team is also taking all sanitary precautions before, during, and after working on a vehicle. We are also offering door-to-door pickup and delivery of your vehicle in order to service them while minimizing direct human contact.

We put the safety and care of our clients first, always, and especially now. Call us for more information if you are facing any concerns about servicing. Stay safe.