Selling your van with a

Wiring Loom Problem

Has your van run out of steam? Is the engine on the brink or the alternator on its way out? Whatever state your car may be in, we’re here to offer you a speedy valuation and an extremely fair price. No faff, no haggling with private sellers or the local scrap yard. Just a simple valuation process,  agree the sale and arrange free collection and immediate payment – potentially within the hour.

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Mechanical trouble and common faults

Wiring loom problems are thankfully rare. Here is a list of some of the most common wiring loom repairs we have seen:

  • Incorrect fitting of accessories – new accessories to a van, e.g. lighting, stereo, etc. all need to be added with care to the wiring loom
  • Insulation “wear and tear” – particularly with heat, areas of the loom can become hard/brittle over the years and need replacement
  • Short circuits arise – (e.g. alternator, starter motor or fuse box), it’s important to diagnose the root cause and fix it. If the short circuit only is fixed, the issue may well arise again subsequently
  • Trapped cable – particularly after local repairs undertaken, areas of the cabling can become trapped
  • Wiring overheating – over time areas of the wiring loom can overheat and even cause a fire (particularly under the bonnet)

Modern vans are more electronically controlled than ever. This is causing an ever-increasing number of potential issues with the wiring loom. Tracing a fault within an entire wiring loom system can be very time-consuming, requiring skilled mechanics this process is therefore also very costly.

The requirement here is in the diagnostics, the better the mechanic the quicker the fault will be traced and in theory,, the more localised the repairs will be. Most van manufacturers have localised wiring circuits so that sections of the loom can be repaired.

Wherever possible it’s cheaper to repair:

  • Areas of a wiring loom section or
  • Sections of the wiring loom only, rather than replacing the entire loom

For many van owners, a wiring loom problem is tricky, inconvenient and often the “final straw”. Even if fixed, wiring loom issues could subsequently develop related faults with electrical items such as alarm, coolant pipes, ECU, heater matrix, stereo, etc. With an unknown diagnostic bill and repair costs, many owners turn to a business like ours to sell a van complete with its wiring loom faults.

Does Your Van Have a Wiring Loom Problem? Sell to us Today for Peace of Mind

If you want an end to your struggles with a van or car with a faulty wiring loom, then contact us today on 0121 285 9859! This type of issue tends to affect “peace of mind” and it’s good to resolve the problem quickly. Also, contact us on 07582 859 859 by text/phone to commence discussions about selling your van.

We buy vans with other common faults too.

3 steps to selling your van

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Agree a fair value

Start by entering your van's registration plate number into our vehicle valuation tool and you'll get a quote in just a few minutes.

2 - Arrange free collection of your van

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Once you agree to sell your van, we'll find a time to collect it. We work around your schedule to find a time that works.

3 - Get paid for your van straight away

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Our recovery team will arrive, transfer your cash and get on with taking away your van. It's that simple, so you can sit back and relax.