The auto air conditioning technicians at any of Madison Auto Care’s seven NAPA service centers will help you cool off when your auto ac goes on the blink.
It’s been a hot summer in Madison this year. It’s not so bad if you can stay in air conditioning. But, when you have to go out, it’s miserable. Especially when you have to drive somewhere.
It’s bad enough to have to get into a hot car that’s been sitting all day, but when the auto air conditioner doesn’t work, it’s even worse. Yet that’s what happened to you yesterday. You got into a steaming hot car and turned on the auto air full blast to get – warm air that never cooled off.
According to mechanicbase.com, there are several reasons that could cause your auto air to be on the blink. Among those: damaged condenser fan, refrigerant (sometimes erroneously called freon) leak, needed recharging, blend air door actuators (also called HVAC actuatores), condenser failure, and/or a clogged cabin filter.
All of these can be fixed. But the better bet is to maintain your auto air conditioner to help prevent a meltdown.
“The main issues that occur with the car’s air conditioning system are due to poor maintenance. It is important to check your car’s air conditioning system from time to time and make sure it is working properly,” mechanicbase.com says.
If your auto air maintenance is due or overdue, or if your auto air needs repair, it’s time to call the trusted auto air specialists at any one of Madison Auto Care’s seven NAPA service centers: Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto.
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