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Starter Motor Failure

A faulty starter motor will, as its title suggests, prevent your car from starting. If it is faulty, your starter motor will need to be replaced before your car can be used again. However, it’s important to know that there are plenty of car mechanical problems that may seem to indicate a faulty starter motor that in fact do not. It is always best to get a qualified professional to have a look and accurately diagnose your problem so that they can fix is properly.

Let’s look at some symptoms that may indicate a faulty starter motor.

How to tell if my starter motor is faulty –

When you attempt to start your car, a faulty started motor will prevent any noise except a single click. If you hear the classic rurr rurr rurr noise, you probably do not have a starter motor problem. If you know for certain that your battery is functional (eg. You have recently jump started your car) and you are still having starter problems, you most likely do need to replace your starter motor.

To replace a starter motor, you will need to hire a professional. Taskforce has mechanics and automotive professional Australia-wide, from cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Canberra & Perth, to the smallest of rural townships and hamlets.

Alternator Failure

A failing alternator will prevent your car battery from being recharged. This will weakened your headlights, and shut down your radio, but more importantly; it will stop your starter from working. Everybody knows and hates the sound of a car with a flat battery trying to start. That’s what a failing alternator leads to.

If you find that you’ve had to jump start your car multiple times, and that it doesn’t seem to recharge its battery, you’ll need you alternator replaced.

Although hobby mechanics may understand a little about how and where and an alternator fits into the rest of the car, most of us will need to hire a professional.


Taskforce has mechanic and automotive specialists Australia wide, from cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Canberra & Perth, so the smallest rural towns.

Log Book Servicing

All cars need to be serviced regularly. This ensures their safety, their efficiency and their reliability. A well-serviced car runs better and is less likely to get you into a crash. This is why you are encouraged to have your car serviced regularly.

However, the best kind of maintenance for you car is log book servicing, which ensures that the car is fully serviced up to the strict regulations set by the car’s actual manufacturer.

Log book servicing will give you a car that runs smoothly and efficiently.


How do I know that my car is due for a service?

If you have had your car serviced recently, there will often be a sticker or card left behind to let you know when the car should next be serviced.

Generally, you should be servicing your car 3 or 4 times a year. You car’s manual will have a suggested schedule for servicing.


Taskforce has automotive workers who do professional log book servicing Australia wide. They can be contacted 24/7 on 13TASK. From the major cities - Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Canberra & Perth – to the smallest rural towns, Taskforce has you covered.

Car air conditioning services

One of the most important advances in automobile comfort is the development of super effective air conditioners. On a hot summer day, it’s often more comfortable to stay inside your car than to step out of it.

If your air conditioner breaks down, you’ll want to get it fixed. Nothing is worse than a car in the hot summer sun.

Or maybe you have an old car that doesn’t have any air conditioning at all. You can wind the windows down, but that isn’t always quite enough.

Let’s look at some of the common questions people have about car air conditioners.


Can you install a new air conditioner into an old car that does not have one?

Yes, you can. Automotive electricians and service people can install air conditioners into old cars.


I can hear my air conditioner turn on, but no cold air comes out. What’s wrong?

This is a problem with the liquid refrigerant, and is a difficult problem to solve. There may be some kind of internal block or leak. You will need to hire a professional to fix your AC.


Taskforce has people in automotive services Australia wide, in the largest cities - Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Canberra & Perth – and the smallest rural towns.