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Tips for Keeping Your Car's Air Conditioning Running Through the Summer

Last updated 6 years ago

There are several things that can cause your air conditioner to stop working. The best way to stay cool on your drive to work is by maintaining your AC system. Here are a few tips for keeping your car’s air conditioning running through the summer:

Pay Attention to Noises

Cars make a lot of noise, but broken ones make even more noise. Unusual sounds coming from your vehicle are generally a sign that something needs repairs. In the case of your car's air conditioning, a loud squeaking noise, especially when you start the car, can mean that your air conditioning needs service. This noise is often caused by a loose or worn belt and is an easy fix.

Get a Diagnostic Test

A general auto repair shop can run diagnostic tests to find out if your car has any number of problems. This is a great way to check on the condition of your AC unit. Some things that a test like this might find are a clogged expansion valve or a leak in your refrigerant. Both of these issues will cause your vents to blow warm air no matter what you set the temperature dial to.

To make sure that you can stay cool on family trips or daily commutes this summer, pay close attention to your air conditioner and address any concerns right away. A-1 Auto Tech, Inc. can provide your vehicle with the best maintenance and repairs no matter what you drive. If your American, European, or Japanese car is making strange noises or if you want preventive maintenance to avoid any problems down the road, then you should call (650) 265-4085 and let the experts at A-1 Auto Tech, Inc. help you.

 

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