$49.95 Air Conditioning Service Special
- Quick Charge and Leak Check
- 1lb of Freon
- Additional needed parts or repairs not included.
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What are possible problems your ac system could experience?
Have you ever had your car’s air conditioning quit working while on a family vacation? You have the windows down in an attempt to cool everyone off, but it’s not enough to keep everyone comfortable; Or worse yet, to keep them from getting car sick. Problems with your car’s air conditioning system seem to happen at the worst possible time. Having your ac system checked before you hit the road can save you time, money and your sanity.
Why is my AC not blowing cold air?
One of the first things we will check for is the pressure levels to determine if your vehicle is low on freon/refrigerant. There are multiple possible problems that can create an issue with you receiving cold air, but that is why we have trained technicians who can identify the root cause of your A/C troubles. These are just some of the possible problems:
- Low Freon/Refrigerant due to leak.
- The Condenser
- The Compressor
- Broken Belt
- Blend door actuator
- Electrical problems and more!
How do you check to see if the AC system has a leak?
Because of the amount of pressure the freon/refrigerant is under and the small size of the molecules, most leaks are extremely tiny and difficult to see. This is why we use freon/refrigerants with dye in it. Under UV lighting, we can more easily locate the problem.
Why is my AC not blowing air at all?
Little to no air flow at all can actually happen from a number of possible sources. For example:
- Electrical problems
- The Blower Motor
- Dirty cabin air filter
- Broken blend door
Why is there a bad smell when I turn on my AC?
In many cases, it can be as simple as needing to replace your cabin air filter. If it’s dirty and old then that could be the source of what’s being blown through the vents. If that’s not the culprit, it could also be bacteria/mold from your evaporator case.
Why would I need a certified technician to do my AC Recharge Service?
Because of advancements in the ac systems, the need for topping off freon/refrigerant is not near as prevalent as it once was. The freon/refrigerant stays contained in the system. If your vehicle is no longer producing cold air from a low freon/refrigerant charge, technicians are now required to check for and repair any leaks, per federal law. Once the system has been “opened up” for a repair, it will require us to take an additional step to remove the atmospheric air out of the system, before being able to charge the system back up.