Maintaining Your Vehicle

Have a dead battery? Issues with your starter or alternator?

For all of your wheelchair accessible vehicle electrical repair and maintenance needs, schedule an appointment with Mobility of Denver in Denver, CO 80223. We are your local wheelchair accessible repair and maintenance experts, offering great prices and excellent customer service in our state-of-the-art facility.

Wheelchair accessible modified vehicles have more than the normal strain on their electrical systems. Read below for some recommendations on how to keep your handicap equipped disability accessible vehicle in great running shape.


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Electrical Repair and Maintenance Services


An alternator is a component that works in conjunction with your vehicle’s engine to convert mechanical energy into electric energy (ac). Alternators are important parts of your car’s engine and their failure translates into vehicle charging failure. When your car’s alternator develops problems your vehicle will have issues starting and holding a battery charge. You will need expert assistance when this happens. Mobility of Denver’s expert s VMI Certified Technicians are able to handle all your alternator needs to get you back on the road – quickly. Stop in to see us today.


The starter in your wheelchair accessible vehicle is an electric motor that rotates the internal combustion engine to start and initiate the engine. Starters are important parts of your car’s engine and their failure means your vehicle cannot start up and run. Starter issues, like Alternators, require expert help. At Mobility of Denver, we employ electrical system experts who know Starters and how to get you back on the road. Come see us at Mobility Service of Denver today.


Mobility vehicles have several batteries: key fob batteries, engine batteries, auto-start batteries, and conversion equipment back up batteries. The battery supplies electric energy to power the ignition system, the starter motor, and the lights of your vehicle. In a mobility equipped vehicle these batteries are under more strain than normal so it is important to have newer batteries installed. If you have to jump-start your vehicle in the morning your battery could be failing and need replacement. When a battery starts deteriorating it affects more than just the engine of your vehicle – the sequence of your wheelchair accessible system can develop issues. If you’re having issues with your car battery, contact Mobility of Denver and our service experts in Denver, Colorado, will be able to diagnose and replace worn out batteries. Out technicians utilize industry standard battery testing tools to ensure a battery is performing correctly. Visit us today and we will handle all Battery replacement, charging, installation, testing, and recycling.

You simply cannot ignore your vehicle’s electronic systems as it means a working door and ramp or not. Electrical systems need to be inspected and working to ensure your vehicles designed driving experience – especially if your vehicle has been fitted with electronic wheelchair securement, transfer seats, and or electronic hand controls. Visit us at Mobility of Denver to ensure your vehicle is in top functioning condition.

Diagnosing and Repair to Electronic Systems

Check Engine Light

A “Check Engine” light on is not a good sign. The vehicle is telling you that something is not right with one or more of its systems. This could be something minor (like a loose fuel cap) or could be catastrophic (like engine components failing). At Mobility of Denver, we have OEM specific computer scanning equipment that pulls the check engine code so we can diagnose the problem for you. Stop by Mobility Service of Denver for our expert assistance with your Check Engine Light.


The Factory trained, mechanical technicians at Mobility of Denver are able to diagnose all your vehicle and conversions electronic parts. For expert diagnostics services on your car’s electronic devices, visit Mobility of Denver today.


Car manufacturers include at least one computer in your vehicle – when you own a power open mobility van – another one is installed to control the door and ramp. The computer’s main function is to monitor and adjust engine and transmission operations, as well as keep your door opening operating in sequence. The computer receives input information from different sensors to operate correctly. The computer controls spark plugs, idle speed, fuel injectors doors, ramps, and kneeling functions. The computer and its sensors can wear out so older vehicles can develop issues due to any of the components failing. Have your vehicle’s computer system evaluated regularly during a yearly inspection so updates and proper operation by a certified technician can take place. To have your car’s computer handled by VMI trained service experts, visit Mobility of Denver in Denver, CO 80223, today.

We’re located just southwest of W Evans Ave & S Sante Fe Drive

2311 S Platte River Dr Denver CO 80223

Mobility of Denver 39.674446, -104.99881.