Battery charge warning lights usually come on when you first turn on your car, but soon disappear. If its doesn’t go off after a few seconds, there could be a problem with the electrical system.
If you don’t fix this problem and your car isn’t charging its own battery, then eventually your car will come to a stop and will lose electrical power. The light could show up for many reasons, including a faulty alternator, a bad connection, damaged cabling or a faulty battery.
Getting it checked right away not only will stop any further damage but will save you money and keep you safe on the road.
We use industry leading diagnostic technologies to find out why you are seeing particular warning lights.
If your battery charge warning light is illuminated on your dashboard, either fill out the ‘Request An Appointment’ form, call us on 0151 678 0222 or by sending us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Wherever you are on the Wirral, we will pick up your car, bring it to our garage and return it free of charge.
If you get a cheaper like-for-like quote elsewhere, then we will beat it.
Use the form below to request an appointment, please note that all fields are compulsory. A mechanic will be in touch to confirm your appointment as soon as possible.