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What’s Wrong with My Car’s Air Conditioning?

What’s Wrong with My Car’s Air Conditioning?

With summer just around the corner, the last thing you want is for your air conditioner to be working improperly.

With summer just around the corner, the last thing you want is for your air conditioner to be working improperly. Driving around in a hot, stuffy car with no relief from the sunlight and heat can make your commute downright uncomfortable. It’s a good idea to get a handle on any air conditioning issues your car may be experiencing now before temperatures start reaching seasonal highs. But troubleshooting air conditioning issues can be complicated and attempting to repair your vehicle’s AC yourself can lead to plenty of other problems. Here are some of the most common AC problems for when you’re asking yourself: what’s wrong with my car’s air conditioning?

AC Leaks

Much like the air conditioning equipment you may have in your home, your car’s AC includes mechanical elements like evaporator coils, compressors, and condensers. Dirt and other debris can get caught up in the system and cause damage to these mechanisms. Most commonly, this will result in a leak. Repairing this leak and cleaning out the system will allow the mechanisms to work correctly and properly cool.

Air Conditioner Evaporator

When the AC evaporator wears out, it will cause your car’s AC to quit working. Unfortunately, these usually aren’t worth repairing, as it tends to cost less to replace the coil altogether. Your mechanic can replace this part easily and quickly get your car’s air conditioning back into working order.

Compressor Issues

If you have an issue with your AC compressor, a reliable mechanic will need to weigh in to help you decide whether the part should be repaired or replaced. Compressor replacement can be expensive, but depending on your particular AC, repair may not be an option.

Belts and Pulleys

There are a number of issues that can occur with the belts and pulleys in an air conditioning system. These parts simply wear out over time and will require replacement when they do. If you have your mechanic inspect your car and air conditioning regularly, they’ll be able to help you stay on top of this ordinary wear-and-tear. Keeping these parts up to par will help your AC work efficiently all summer long.

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Auto Stop Limited Inc. is happy to service your vehicle and make sure all of your maintenance needs are properly addressed and resolved. No matter what car troubles you may be experiencing, Auto Stop Limited Inc. will help you every step of the way.

Throughout the Baltimore area – including Charles Village, Hampden, Mount Vernon, Fells Point, Federal Hill, and the Inner Harbor – Auto Stop Limited, Inc is your one stop shop for all your auto repair needs. If you are looking for the highest-quality automotive service, come in today for a free estimate – or call us and let us know how our skilled experts can keep your vehicle up and running, safely and fast!

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