In 1995 Greg Baker combined his interest in cars and technology to begin a career in the auto electric trade. Five years later Greg opened his own business in Gayndah. Today Greg and staff complete all facets of the auto electric trade with services ranging from diagnosing engine faults to air conditioning, fridge wiring and can conduct battery installation and charging systems for caravans. “There’s not a lot we don’t do,” Greg said. Its range of services include new or exchange alternator and starter motors, Lightforce, Hella and Narva spotlights and the supply and installation of wiring for electric brake modules in trailers.
Baker’s Auto Electrics will provide you with the right advice to ensure your needs are met. “We don’t sell you something that won’t do the job. Our fast growing retail store will surprise you with the stock we carry. We provide a service Gayndah didn’t previously have and we also have a mobile service for Gayndah and surrounding districts,” Greg said. Located at 76 Capper Street next to the BP Service Station. Open from 8am to 5pm Mon to Fri. Ph 4140 8393
Baker Auto Electrics
Capper, Gayndah, Queensland, 4625, Australia
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