Auto Air Conditioning Repair in Centerville, OH
Auto Air Conditioning Repair
The best way to ensure your car’s air conditioning won’t let you down is to have it checked regularly. This preventative measure can find problems before things get too hot.
C’s Autohaus in Centerville, OH can check your auto air conditioning system to ensure it is ready for summer or any time you need it. Our ASE Certified techs and master techs will check the refrigerant pressure and run the HVAC system to ensure it doesn’t have any leaks.
Auto Air Conditioning Components
The air conditioning system is made of several components. Any one component may require a repair at any time. Some parts need repair more often than others.
Air conditioning components include:
- High and low-pressure lines
- Evaporator core
- Orifice tube (O-tube)/expansion block
The compressor is the most common component to fail. But whenever an auto technician opens the system, he must replace the dryer or accumulator and the O-tube or expansion block.
Auto Repair in Centerville, OH
When you need cooling system repair, C’s Autohaus has ASE Certified technicians experienced in diagnosing the air conditioning problem.
In addition to the main components listed above, the air conditioning system needs electronics and other parts to run it. They include the head unit (control panel), blend doors, belt fans, sensors, and more.
Any of these items could malfunction, though it is rare for wiring to malfunction. Fans (including the air conditioning fans in front of the condenser and the blower motor under the dash) are apt to fail because they include moving parts.
Our technicians have training and experience in diagnosing and making car HVAC system repairs. Contact C’s Autohaus in Centerville, OH to have experts check your car’s air conditioning.
Vehicle Air Conditioning FAQs
The air conditioner:
- Is warmer than usual but still cool
- Is not blowing cold air
- Squeals when the compressor turns on
- Makes grinding noises
- Leaks cold water on the floor in the cabin.
If you notice water on the floor, the evaporator might be leaking cold water into the vehicle.
If the blower motor works only on one speed, you might have a bad blower motor resistor.
The resistor is made up of several coils. If the computer system cannot direct the current to the proper coil, it will not change the blower motor’s speed.
Contact C’s Autohaus for the Best Auto Air Conditioning Repair in Centerville, OH
C’s Autohaus has ASE Certified and Master Certified auto technicians to care for your vehicle’s needs. We proudly service virtually all makes and models, including European, Asian, and domestic vehicles.