Air conditioning is probably the most comfortable feature of your vehicle if it is functioning properly or does not require air conditioning maintenance. With Springing Ahead just around the corner, it's time to check out your vehicle's air conditioning repair and make sure everything is in top condition and ready for the summer.
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The air conditioning system is actually a closed cooling system, the parts of which work together to cool the interior of the car by dissipating heat. The most basic part of the air conditioner is the compressor which puts pressure on the refrigerant gas.
Before you take your car to the nearest repair shop, when the air starts blowing hot instead of cold, there are a few things you can check for yourself. This way, you can avoid unnecessary air conditioning repairs. One specific area to consider before repairing an air conditioner is checking the bonding of the compressor clutch.
However, if the problem gets worse and the clutch won't turn at all, you will need to move on to the next step. One of the first questions a mechanic asks you about your air conditioning service is, "Have you checked for refrigerant leaks?" You can do this visually or manually with a leak detector.
Another way is to use a black light after adding fluorescent dye to the air conditioner. A thorough pre-inspection and inspection will help you and your auto repair shop mechanic choose the best repair for your air conditioner and car model.