We have qualified technicians to inspect your system for obvious leaks in hoses, pipes or the air-conditioning compressor, and we will make the necessary repairs.
Once the inspection is completed our technician will extract the remaining refrigerant into recycling equipment that will remove any impurities. We will then recharge the system by pouring the clean refrigerant back into your vehicle and top it off with as much refrigerant as needed. One of the final steps to run the system through an electronic leak test to make sure everything is working properly.
How Much Refrigerant Is Left?
What You Need To Know About Leaks
How Do I Know If My Air Conditioner Is Bad?
How Often Should I Recharge My Air Conditioner?
Why Do I Have To Check My Air Conditioning?
Air conditioners should be checked because problems won’t fix themselves. Refrigerant could be leaking, the compressor could be failing or the condenser, evaporator or another component might be corroded. Adding refrigerant may provide a temporary fix. Eventually, the air conditioning won’t work. A mechanic should inspect the entire system and fix the cause. A non-functioning air conditioner isn’t only about comfort; the air conditioner also dehumidifies the air to defrost and defog the windows so you can see where you’re going, even if it’s cold outside.
Zima Automotive is committed to providing the best auto air conditioning services in Springfield, Ohio. If you need help with your system or want us provide one for you call today at 937-343-3911!