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The secret to a successful summer starts with a properly working vehicle AC. Nothing feels better than getting inside of a car with the AC cranked high after you’ve been out enjoying the fun in the sun you crave. When the AC doesn’t work the way that it should, however, you miss that enjoyment. You’re left to swelter in the heat, whether you’re traveling down the road or out of town. There are several issues that can impede on a properly working AC. Luckily, most are minor issues that are simple repairs for our experts.

What’s the Smell & How Can I Eliminate It?

Bad smells coming out of the AC are usually the result of mold in the evaporator, ducts, or the vents. This is a simple repair, with a plethora of deodorizing products that will remove the mold and freshen up the smell in the vehicle.

What is the Proper Vent Temperature?

There isn’t a specific temperature for the vent in your vehicle. It should read an air temperature that’s 20 - 40 degrees cooler than the air temperature outside. For example, if it is 95 degrees outside, a vent temperature ranging from 75 degrees to 55 degrees is sufficient.

Is My AC Compressor Working?

Honda Accord Exterior FrontCompression failure is responsible for many improperly functioning ACs. To determine if your AC compressor is working properly, the compressor clutch and the outer pully will turn. If there is a noise or a loud squeal, the compressor isn’t working and should be replaced.

Why is My AC Leaking?

Age and moisture are the two primary causes of a leaking AC. Moisture causes hoses and gaskets to loosen while age simply causes wear and tear. Replacing the loose hoses and gaskets will again provide the tight seal that prevents AC leaks.

How Do You Detect an AC Leak?

Current AC leak detection techniques include the Sniffer tool. This device easily sniffs out that leak when freon hits the nostrils. The black light technique is also helpful. Freon contains a dye that shows well under this light, so AC leak detection is simple. Our experts will determine which method is best for your specific needs.

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