Do You Have an Air Conditioner Leak?
From Uh-Oh . . .
Uh-oh. It's hot, and your vehicle's air conditioner isn't doing exactly what it needs. Maybe nothing is happening. Perhaps you're getting nothing but warm air through the vents. Or could it be that there's a little cool air, but it's not cold enough? There's a problem. Fortunately, there's also a solution when you bring our vehicle to Haver's Auto Repair in Omaha, Nebraska, for auto AC repair. As a family-operated facility since 1957, we've built a reputation for reliability. Our goal, after all, is 100 percent customer satisfaction.
To What Can It Be . . .
One potential problem that can prevent your car's air conditioner from working optimally is a refrigerant leak. The system is designed to work using two halves--low pressure and high-pressure sides. Refrigerant changes states, doing part of its job as a gas and the other portion as a liquid (or high-pressure gas). Your vehicle uses a compressor to accomplish this compression and change. The cooling agent will escape if a leak develops somewhere in the system. While you may not notice any visible signs, it is possible that you may see a bit of residue or even a little drip if you take a peek under the hood. Regardless of the warning signs or lack thereof, once enough of the refrigerant leaks out, your system will not be able to meet your expectation (the temperature you set via your driver's climate controls).
To Awesome Auto AC Repair
If you're experiencing summer temperatures inside your passenger cabin, bring your car to Haver's Auto Repair for auto AC repair. One of our ASE-certified technicians will diagnose your system using state-of-the-art equipment. Then we'll make sure to fix your vehicle right the first time. We're here to serve you Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am-5:30 pm, and Friday, 7:00 am-5:00 pm.