Comprehensive Auto Electrical Repair and Maintenance Services
Have a dead battery? Misfiring starter or alternator? For all of your auto electric repair and maintenance needs, come to EuropAsian Auto Pro's in Grand Prairie, TX 75052. We service your vehicle with care, providing a high level of workmanship you can trust.
Our auto electrical repair and maintenance services include:
An alternator is a crucial automotive component responsible for converting mechanical energy into electric energy (alternating current). It plays a pivotal role in your vehicle's engine, and any malfunction can result in your car's breakdown. If you encounter issues with your car's alternator, it is imperative to seek expert assistance.
The battery is the powerhouse that supplies electrical energy to vital automotive systems such as the ignition system, starter motor, and lights. If you find yourself needing a jump-start to kickstart your vehicle in the morning, it may be a sign that your battery is deteriorating. Depending on the extent of damage, a failing battery can either be repaired or replaced. If you are experiencing battery-related issues, do not hesitate to contact us in Grand Prairie, TX. We offer convenient battery testing and replacement services, designed to swiftly get you back on the road. From battery replacement and charging to installation, testing, and recycling, we cover it all.
The starter serves as the motor, whether electric, hydraulic, or pneumatic, responsible for initiating the operation of your internal combustion engine. Starters are vital components within your car's engine, and any malfunction can lead to your vehicle's failure to start. In the event of starter problems, it is crucial to seek professional assistance. Our team of experts is well-equipped to handle all your starter-related needs efficiently, ensuring you can resume your journey promptly. Visit EuropAsian Auto Pro's today for expert starter services.
What are mistakes made when jumping a car?
Mixing up negative and positive cables is the most common mistake. When you mix up the negative and positive cable it ruins your car's alternator. Just remember black to negative and red to positive. Other common mistakes are using cheap cables that don't conduct properly, letting the cables swing and become detached, touching the clips together, and ignoring cracks in your battery or dirty battery terminals.
What should I be careful of when changing a car battery?
It may sound obvious but be sure that you do not drop the battery. Be careful not to let the tools touch both the negative and positive terminals simultaneously, as it could create a spark, cause the battery to short out, or even damage the vehicle's electrical components.
Make sure to separate the cables to the side so that they don't touch the battery until it is in place. Attach the negative cable first and then the positive cable. If have any doubts while you are trying to change your battery you should always call in an expert.
How do I replace my car battery without losing car memory?
Use a car memory saver or other secondary power source. If you don't own a car memory saver, come to EuropAsian Auto Pro's and we can do this process for you. First, make sure to turn off your car before you unplug the battery. Next, plug the car memory saver into the cigarette lighter or the OBD2 connector. Remove the old battery and install the new battery and attach the connectors. Finally, unplug the memory saver from the car.
Why is my engine stalling after replacing my car battery?
If your car lost battery power completely then your car's computer system may have lost valuable information to regulate engine performance causing it to stall even after you replace the battery.
However, the car's system will quickly collect new data and engine performance should return to normal. In some case you may need to have the throttle body, or your idle air control valve cleaned out as carbon deposits can build up inside these parts, pushing them beyond the computer's ability to regulate engine performance.
Car Starting FAQs
How do I unlock my steering wheel?
Place your foot on the brake and turn the wheel in the direction in which it has a little range of motion. This should ease the tension in the steering column and allow you to turn the key. Turning the key unlocks the steering wheel. Do not try to unlock your steering wheel without a key or if the battery is dead. This should only be done by a professional auto repair technician.
How do I change my keyless entry remote battery?This should work for most remotes:
- Remove the metal blade key from the remote.
- Use a standard (flat head) screwdriver to gently pry open the fob
- Remove the battery. It is usually a small round lithium watch battery.
- Insert a new battery
- Snap the key fob back together
- Insert the metal blade key into the fob.
What does a dead starter sound like?
Clicking noises upon turning the key are a classic sign of starter failure. However, this isn't the only clue. A dying starter might remain completely silent or offer subtle warnings through whirring or grinding sounds before finally giving up the ghost.
Why won't my car start?
The most common reason why a car will not start is a bad or dead battery. However, there are several other possibilities too. If you are having trouble getting your vehicle started, give EuropAsian Auto Pro's a call at 972-647-0314. Our auto repair professionals will try to help you diagnose the issue, which could be one of these problems:
- Failing alternator
- Starter motor
- Ignition switch malfunction
- Bad spark plugs
- Cracked distributor cap
- Broken timing belt
What are the 3 situations where headlights are required?
First, you should make sure both of your headlights are in good working order before driving your car. Headlights must be in use from sunset to sunrise.
Secondly, headlights are also necessary when you cannot see more than 400 feet in front of you. You should also use your car's headlights whenever windshield wipers are in use.
Thirdly, some studies have shown that when drivers elect to always drive with their headlights on it can reduce automobile accidents.
Do parking lights and turn signals use the same bulb?
Yes, your car uses the same bulb for the front turn signal and parking lights. Side bulbs are located on the inside of the wheel wells. All lights on your car will eventually burn out and need to be replaced.
They replaced my alternator for me, very professional and they took great care of my BMW. Thanks very much.Daniel Logan
We have been customers of EuropAsian Auto Pros for over 15yrs and have always been satisfied with the repairs to our vehicles. So when our house caught fire on February 12th 2021 during the hard freeze and we had left our 2016 Chevy Camaro in the garage, it was an easy decision for us to make on who to trust with its assessment. We trusted Claudia and Nathan as the best people to navigate us through all the decisions we needed to make regarding the health of our car. The experience that was required to deal with insurance adjusters or decision makers at the insurance companies had us vulnerable but we are glad to have had EuropAsian Auto Pros and more specifically Claudia and Nathan on our side..... We will continue to trust our vehicles with EuropAsian for years to come. Claudia is very knowledgeable on how the insurance adjuster works and knew exactly how to handle the situation. She never let them control her or Nathan on how to repair and release the vehicle. They went above and beyond to make sure that the vehicle was safe to be returned to us. Which it wasn't. Thank you Claudia and Nathan for your friendship... There are no words to truly describe how hard they worked for us and how grateful we are to them. God Bless them and their shop.Jerry and Alicia Molina
What our clients are saying about us
We have established longterm and stable partnerships with various clients thanks to our excellence in solving their automotive needs!
Very knowledgeable and honest. I ended up here by chance as I live 3.5 hrs away, but may have to drive every time I need repairs.
This mechanic has been by far the best experience I've ever had. They genuinely cared about getting my 10 year old car repaired and had a lengthly conversation about how we both like driving our cars until their last leg. They listened when I explained my issues, and didn't gouge me for price. I don't live close to Grand Prairie, but I have gone to them for an AC and a Clutch, and both times they accommodated me and made it easy. Their communication is impeccable and their entire staff goes above and beyond. Bonus points from taking me out on a drive to give me pointers on my shifting when I had told them it was my first standard transmission!