It is hot outside and my vehicle’s air conditioner is not working. How much will it cost to fix? There are many reasons why your vehicle is not producing cold air. The most common problem is a lack of refrigerant because of a leak in the system. Leaks can sometimes be difficult to find if it takes a long time to seep out. In these cases we will evacuate and recharge the system and add dye to help determine where the leak is. Sometimes it is an electrical problem. If the compressor is not operating it needs to be determined why. Is it a fuse, relay, sensor etc. As you can see there are many reasons why the air conditioner is not working. Give us a call so our certified technicians can diagnose your problem and get you cold air again, making summer driving a breeze
Why do I see a puddle of water under my car? We get this question often when the weather turns hot and humid. What you actually see is condensation from the air conditioner dripping on the ground. The air conditioner is in reality removing the heat from the air and dispersing it at the condenser that sits in front of the radiator. A byproduct of a properly working air conditioning unit is the water you see on the ground which should be clear. If there is any color to the liquid it is probably something else leaking and should be diagnosed. If you have any concerns with your air conditioner our certified technicians can diagnose your problem to keep you cool while driving in the summer heat!
The rainy season is upon us and keeping your windshield inside from fogging up is important for safe driving. If your vehicle has a difficult time keeping the windshield clear, the air conditioning system is either not turned on or it is not working. A proper working air conditioning system will remove the moisture from the air allowing clear visibility. A fully functioning air conditioner will also keep you comfortable as the weather starts to heat up in the coming days. Our ASE trained technicians will properly diagnose and repair your air conditioning system for many worry-free days. Just give us a call as we can work on the latest systems with the new R1234yf refrigerant
Spring is upon us! Have you jumped in your vehicle on a 70 to 80 degree day and experienced how warm it is inside? You turn on the air conditioner only to find warm air is coming from the vents, and you know hotter weather is coming. Let our ASE certified technicians diagnose the problem with your air conditioning system. We have the latest equipment, even for the newer cars with R1234YF refrigerant, to find the cause of your problem. Have your vehicle looked at sooner than later because everybody wants cold air when the temperature hits 90 degrees. Give us a call or stop by so we can take care of you
“Do I have to go to the dealer for air conditioner work if I have a newer car?” We hear this question a lot and the short answer is, no. Cars that were built for 2015 and newer utilize a new type of refrigerant, called R1234YF. This new refrigerant requires a new machine to recover, recycle and recharge your air conditioner. We value our customers' time and try to make things as easy and convenient as possible. This is why we obtained the new machine for the R1234YF. So no matter the refrigerant your vehicle requires, R134 or R1234YF, our certified mechanics are able to get the cool air flowing again! Give us a call and reserve your time and have your AC inspected
Why is my car air conditioner blowing hot air? With Spring finally here so are higher temperatures. When we want a little relief from the hot sun heating up the interior of our vehicle, we expect cool air to come out of the vents. Unfortunately over the winter months the air conditioning system can lose its charge or an electrical malfunction may occur. Sometimes seals or parts wear out, allowing the freon to leak or a pressure switch can malfunction, preventing the compressor from operating. Whatever the case may be, our highly experienced technicians can locate and repair your problem to get you back to comfortable driving in the summer heat