ac not cooling.How to properly recharge your ac system.
Any person that services Motor vehicle air conditioning must be section 609 and section 608 certified. Section 609 of the federal clean air act, is regulated by the United States Environmental Agency (EPA).Failure to comply could cost you as much as $37,500 per day, per violation, and there is a bounty of up to $10,000 to turn you in. The total penalty cannot exceed $295,000 unless EPA and the Department of Justice determine a greater penalty is appropriate.
After system evacuation and dehydration the system can be charged with new or recycled refrigerant. The system must be critically charged. (exact pounds and ounces). At Auto AC Repair LLC. we have many customer complaining that their ac is not cooling after they’ve tried to top off the system with the famous ac refrigerant cans.An incorrect system charge reduces efficiency and comfort and could cause severe damage to your ac system.
The only accurate method to charge a system is to weigh the refrigerant into the system.
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Defrost Mode.Damage to compressor due to low refrigerant charge.
On many vehicles, by selecting the defrost position on the controls, it will also activate the A/C compressor. Cooling the air with A/C first will remove more moisture from the air so it can do a better job clearing the windows.If the A/C system is not functioning correctly this ability will be lost. If your A/C system is not working 100%,with low refrigerant charge over the winter months, you’re not getting the refrigerant oil back to the compressor which is damaging it all winter season that will lead to costly repairs in the spring time. If you run into any issues regarding this system have a professional mechanic from Auto A/C Repair. help you diagnose and fix it.
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Main seals compressor replacement.
In some cases you don’t need to get the whole compressor replaced and spend a lot of money in the process!!
The hvac compressor is designed to last for the entire life of your vehicle and sometimes leaking compressors shafts seals could be fixed by only replacing the seals.
Avoiding inactivity of the A/C system for long periods of time is the best way for keeping the main seals lubricated and to prevent the compressor shaft seals to dry up again.Save money and time,give us a call at: 786-483-9406. Auto A/C Repair LLC. for a free check up and estimate.
In-cabin air filters.
The primary purpose of cabin air filters, located on most vehicles since 2000,is keeping the air inside your vehicle’s cabin clean.
It’s typically located behind the glove compartment or under the hood or dashboard on most modern vehicles. Its job is to filter all of the air that comes through the car’s hvac system to prevent pollutants, such as dust, pollen, smog and mold spores from entering. The filters can also catch rodent droppings, leaves and other unwanted debris.
If you don’t change it, the filter could get clogged with dirt, dust, smelly mold and allergens, and can even impact the performance of your defroster and your heating and air conditioning blower motor.
Most manufacturers recommend removal and replacement of your cabin air filter once a year or after 12,000 to 15,000 miles of driving. However, this is just a rough guideline. If you routinely drive in places with poor air quality, like the desert where it’s dusty or urban areas with smog, then you may need to replace your cabin air filter more frequently.
If you’re having trouble finding a new filter or locating your old one inside your car, give us a call at (786) 483-9406 Auto A/C Repair LLC we’ll be glad to help you.