Auto Electric


Taking readings, using a laptop or hand-held device connected to an engine’s electronic control unit (found in newer vehicles)
checking and testing wiring and parts in older vehicles using portable instruments
using the readings to find faults
researching faults, using manufacturers’ circuit diagrams and specification manuals
repairing or replacing faulty parts
retesting the system to make sure everything is working correctly and safely (this may include road testing the vehicle)
filling out a repair sheet detailing the work you have done

Variety of electronic systems including:

Electronic ignitions, alarms, immobilizers and tracking devices
electric windows, mirrors and seats, tow bar electrics and air-conditioning, power door locks
lighting kits, parking warning systems and reverse cameras