The starting and charging system is involved in regulating multiple electrical processes to start your vehicle’s engine and keep it running. Slow cranking engines and dim headlights can sometimes indicate a problem with your vehicle’s starting and charging system. A weak or dead battery can prevent your car from starting since it is required for the electrical charge needed to start the rest of the electrical system. If a jump start refuses to revive your battery and the starting system, we may need to take a closer look at the other components to determine whether or not you need a starter replacement or an alternator replacement. All components within your vehicle’s starting and charging system are necessary to ensure proper working order and one bad link between them can render the entire electrical process useless. If you experience problems with starting your vehicle or maintaining its power even after trying a jump start, then allow our service staff to perform a starting and charging system check on your vehicle and get you back in tip top shape.