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Besides keeping you cool on hot summer days, your car's air conditioning controls the temperature in the cabin of your car and in your engine. The AC system is extremely important because it keeps your vehicle's engine from overheating and leaving you stuck on the side of the road.
Your vehicle's AC system is made up of several different components including: compressor, condenser, evaporator, orifice tube or expansion valve, and an accumulator- all of which have a different purpose.
If you've noticed that your AC isn't as crisp and cool as it used to be, this could be a sign that your vehicle's AC is ready for a recharge. For a recharge, our technicians will measure the amount of pressure that's in your system, and if it's low, they'll add enough to get the reading within your manufacture's guidelines. After that, they'll run your car for a few minutes with the AC on high and use a special thermometer to measure the system's output. If your AC system is within the parameters, you're good to go, but if it's not- this could mean that you have a leak somewhere.
When parts in your vehicle's AC system become lose, worn or damaged, you may encounter a refrigerant leak. Some signs that may mean that you have a leak include your AC blowing warm air, you hear clicking when your AC is running or you dash board is lit up.
Taking care of your vehicle's air conditioning is an important part of vehicle maintenance, especially when it comes to protecting your engine, but besides that, there are also many additional benefits to regularly maintaining your vehicle's air conditioning. Here's why you should make it a priority to maintain your AC system:
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