A vehicle’s A/C system consists of five major parts, all working together to cool you off in summer, and to keep you dry and warm in winter. These major parts are:
Receiver dryer or Accumulator
Orifice tube or Expansion valve
Your A/C system also consists of hoses and refrigerant charging ports, but the significant work occurs in the five parts listed above.
The heating and air conditioning system, also known as climate control, is what keeps us comfortable when we drive our cars. The coolant should be replaced periodically. Proper service and diagnosis of the air conditioning system and related repairs should only be done by a qualified technician. There are certain EPA regulations and procedures that must be followed for proper repair and recovery of the refrigerant. An improper repair can result in damage to the rest of the system. Please allow our qualified technicians to service your heating and air conditioning system.
Our professional technicians are certified to diagnose and repair many components in your air conditioning system including the A/C compressor, condenser, blower motor, relays, cooling fans and more! Our A/C Quick Check is designed to quickly determine whether additional diagnostic recommendations are needed or if a simple refrigerant Charge and Go (with top off) will do the trick.