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Top Three Causes of Warm Air Blowing Out of Your Car’s Air Conditioner

Top Three Causes of Warm Air Blowing Out of Your Car’s Air Conditioner

Top Three Causes of Warm Air Blowing Out of Your Car’s Air ConditionerTop Three Causes of Warm Air Blowing Out of Your Car’s Air ConditionerWhen it’s functioning well, the air conditioner in your car is a nice feature, but when it’s not, you won’t enjoy driving. Make a time to visit our shop if your air conditioner isn’t blowing cold air or isn’t operating as it should. 

While the summer heat in Massachusetts doesn’t last as long as we’d all want, it may make driving in the summer uncomfortable if your air conditioner isn’t operating at its best. Fans can malfunction, Freon can leak, and compressors can deteriorate. These are just a few of the items we check to make sure are in excellent working order so you can stay cool all summer. 

Three Indices of a Faulty Car Air Conditioner 

1. Leak of Refrigerant 

Because refrigerant rapidly turns into a gas when it isn’t under pressure, refrigerant leaks are unusual. Since air conditioning systems are sealed, topping off the refrigerant is not necessary. There is a leak that needs to be fixed if the refrigerant level is low. 

The traditional tell-tale puddles of fluid under your car, like those from an antifreeze or oil leak, don’t appear when your A/C system is leaking. The oily residue that may be seen on or near the A/C hose units or connectors is one less dangerous symptom of a leak that our professional experts are trained to look for. 

If you like to be more ‘hands on’ with your vehicle, please browse our extensive library of manuals for your make and model: Repair Manuals

Top Three Causes of Warm Air Blowing Out of Your Car's Air Conditioner

Top Three Causes of Warm Air Blowing Out of Your Car’s Air Conditioner

2. A decrepit compressor 

The compressor used by your car’s air conditioning system moves the refrigerant via a network of pipes and filters to remove heat from the cabin. Compressor failure can result from a variety of factors because it is a complicated mechanism, including pollutants or other malfunctioning system components. 

Here are some pointers for extending the life of the air conditioner in your car. First, regardless of the weather outside, make sure you run the air conditioner in your car for around 10 minutes once a month during the off-season. Since most current vehicles turn on the air conditioner when the defroster, which is utilized year-round, is turned on, it is simple to accomplish this.

A complex network of wires in your car’s air conditioning system, including fuses and relays, work together to ensure safe functioning.

To avoid damage or dangerous situations for the user, the system automatically shuts down whenever one of these electrical components malfunctions due to aging or a flaw.

3. Issues with the electrical system

These problems are challenging to identify without the appropriate test tools and the diagnostician’s level of expertise. 

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