On a hot day it is such a relief to get back into your car and turn the air conditioner on. The chilled air refreshes you and lets you take a deep breath and relax. There aren't too many things more disappointing than to turn on the A/C and get nothing. To keep your cool, you need to take care of your air conditioning system. All the right parts need to be in good working order.
Over time everything degrades: seals, o-rings, and hoses. Even fittings can become loose. These little problems can turn into bigger problems. Your vehicle may develop refrigerant leaks, which reduce your your comfort and harm the environment. Leaks can damage other components, like compressors and evaporators. Proper inspection and maintenance can save you time and money.
At All Automobile Repair and All Transmissions our ASE-certified technicians are ready to examine your vehicle's air conditioning system components, and get them all in peak working condition, which will save you money in the long run. If your systems has problems, we are always happy to help. Call All Automobile Repair and All Transmissions at 253-627-0252 and let us help you maintain your automobile or truck air conditioning system.
Here is what we typically look at for air conditioning problems:
Check for proper Freon content
Test Freon for moisture contamination
Check Freon for air contamination
Clean condenser fins, if needed
Inspect and adjust A/C compresssor drive belt
Performance test the A/C operation
Inspect all visible A/C components for leaks and add Freon dye for additional leakage checks, as needed
Call All Automobile Repair and All Transmissions at 253-627-0252 to help keep you cool.