Summer is drawing to a close and you are starting to think of the crisp, cool days of Autumn. Scheduling an air conditioning repair to make sure your AC system is working properly is always a good idea after its hard use during the hot final weeks of summer. To ensure that your cooling and heating systems are operating at optimum efficiency as you start that commute to and from school or work, you will want to consider whether your A/C needs an air conditioner repair.
The AC system relies on several key components: compressor, condenser, an evaporator, pressurized refrigerant, values and hoses—all controlled electronically. If you start to notice any of the 4 problems listed below, you will want to schedule an air conditioning repair to make sure your car is ready for the changing season.
4 Signs that Your A/C System Needs an Air Conditioner Repair
- Hot air coming from the vents, even though the dial is set on “cold!”
- Runs continually, but never really feels cold
- Operating colder than the dial setting indicates, “freezing” you out
- Making strange noises
A Diagnostic Air Conditioning Repair includes:
- Visual inspection of all A/C components
- Full system performance test
- State of charge and system control tests
- Leak test, using an approved-leak detector
- Dye detection test (if a slow leak is difficult to detect)
We recommend that if you are requiring a necessary air conditioner repair, have it taken care of quickly so that you can begin the season worry-free when it comes to your car. If you need an auto shop for vehicle maintenance, including an inspection of your A/C system, contact our ASE Certified Technicians today for expert advice by calling (406) 248-2838, or on-line at www.pricesprecisionauto.com for more information. They will be happy to help you with all your automotive service needs. Our Tech-Net professional auto repair and service center in Billings MT, serves vehicle owners in the areas of Shepherd and Laurel, MT.
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