Central Car Care - Central Phoenix Car Electrical Service

Central Car Care is a Central Phoenix family owned business with the principals having over 63 years of tire and automotive repair experience.

We care about you and your car!

This means your safety and the safety of your family is a top priority for us. Our ASE certified automotive technicians will take care of your vehicle using the best diagnostic technology available to get you on the road safely and quickly. 

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Central Car Care
301 E. Dunlap Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Phone: 602-997-7515
Email: info@centralcarcareaz.com

Highly Professional Phoenix Car Electrical Service

Although the engine is what makes your car going on the road, the real core of the car is your electrical system. 

Outstanding Car Electrical Quality Service

Without working effectively your car could even not start.

We are independently owned and operated!

In lieu of the fact that we are a "Family Business" we have to ensure that our customer are completely satisfied with our work.


Batteries: Your vehicle's battery provides the electricity needed to start the engine. We recommend checking your battery with every oil change and replace it every three or four years.

Alternator: After starting your engine, your alternator takes over and generates power for the electrical system and recharges the battery. The electric system powers headlamps, light bulbs, and other electrical accessories.

Starter Motor: Your starter motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy used to start your engine. Basically, once you turn your ignition, the starter cranks the engine to start your vehicle. As a general rule, test your starter every spring to make sure it draws the right amount of current.

Wiring: The wires in your electrical system connect the battery to the starter motor, the alternator to the battery, and the alternator to the starter. These large wires transmit several hundred amperes during cranking.

What can you do at home to help extend electrical system's life?