A properly working AC keeps you and everyone else in the vehicle comfortable on your way to your destination. We check for interior climate control issues, as well as possible leaks in the cooling system.
The function of your vehicle’s air conditioner is to cool the air coming into your vehicle’s passenger compartment using three main parts: the compressor, condenser, and evaporator.
A/C Performance & Diagnostic Test
O-rings, seals and hoses
Compressors and compressor clutches
Evaporators and condensers
Driers, receivers, and accumulators
Switches, controls, modules, and relays
Blower motors and resistors
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I recharged my a/c last year and now my car's a/c isn't working. What's wrong?
Before we recharge any a/c system, we perform a routine leak test, as well as a vacuum test, and recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant according to your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.
My car's a/c isn't working, can I just buy a freon can and add it myself?
If your vehicle simply needs an a/c recharge, then adding freon will certainly help, although simply adding a freon can or two may not exactly do the trick or there are may be something else causing your vehicle’s a/c problem, in which case it’ll we can inspect your vehicle’s a/c system thoroughly.