Today’s new cars are more reliant than ever on sophisticated electrical systems.
In these vehicles, it’s common to encounter electronic access and authorisation systems before you’ve even turned on the ignition.
Even in older cars, a huge amount of functionality depends on well-maintained electrical components. It’s therefore important to check in regularly with an experienced auto electrician, no matter what type of car you drive.
The team at Northcote Automotive has comprehensive auto electrical expertise across all aspects of car electrical repair.
We use the latest tools and techniques to accurately diagnose and fix auto electrical faults across a wide range of vehicle makes and models, including European and Japanese cars. From Toyota and Subaru to Mercedes and BMW, electrical repair need not be a hassle with our team on the job.
Being up to date on the latest advances in auto manufacturing means we’re ready to tackle just about any problem electrical problem your car might be having.
Whether it’s a car battery service, help with a wiring issue, alternative repairs or something else, we’ll find an effective solution.
Our workshop is equipped to carry out auto electrical work such as:
- Alternator repair
- Starter motor repair
- Brake light repair
- Car light repair
- Car battery replacement
- Fuse and spark plug replacement
- Security Systems
- Car audio and accessories
As part of the Bosch Car Service Network, we’re committed to delivering high quality, transparently priced work in line with manufacturer’s specifications. This also means we use cutting edge tools and equipment to service your vehicle’s auto electrical systems, along with industry leading training in the latest advances in technology.
When it comes to auto electrical service work, don’t settle for second best – just head to Northcote Automotive, your go-to auto electrical shop in Melbourne’s inner north. Next time your car’s electrical systems are on the blink, book an appointment now by calling us on (03) 9489 2332 or use our easy online booking form.