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Car Battery, Starting and Charging

Without electricity your car simply won’t run. That means your battery has to be charged up with enough power to make the starting system work. The starting system consists of your ignition, the starting motor, solenoid, drive gear, and flywheel.

Meanwhile, once started, your car must charge your battery to ensure that you’ll have enough power to run onboard electronics plus have enough juice stored to be able to start your car again. The charging system takes care of that. The main component of the charging system which supplies your vehicle with power while it’s running and charges the battery is the alternator.

For the average person, diagnosing which part of these two systems could be causing the problem can be difficult. The experts at Absolute Car Care can help. Call now for an appointment (508) 820-9323, or use the ‘Quick Contact’ form to the right.

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