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Many people have been looking forward to the warmth of the summer sun after winter’s cold days. However, they still want to be cool in their car, either on a road trip that they’ve been planning on for a while or just on their commute to the office. To make sure your vehicle is ready to keep you cool in summer, schedule a car AC service with a certified technician.

So what causes your car air conditioner to not cool you down? The constant stress on the AC unit by the exposure to the extreme heat of the engine, road debris, dirt, vibrations, quick stops, and even the occasional run-in with a curb can allow small cracks to form or connections to slowly loosen. This means refrigerant may be leaking out of these tiny spaces, or the condenser may be blocked, a fan may be broken, or there may be faulty electrical connections.

AC systems work on the principle that when the refrigerant is compressed and cooled, then allowed to expand again, it will get very cold. If the air conditioner’s compressor isn’t able to create a high enough pressure in the system, then the refrigerant will not properly cool. If there is a clog or block in the system, the high-pressure refrigerant may be allowed to slowly decompress so that it cannot be properly cooled.

A certified car AC service technician may recommend AC Service twice a year—in the fall after surviving summer’s hot temperatures, and then in the spring before summer’s heat attacks. At a minimum, schedule a car AC service at least once a year. Regular service will benefit you with improved gas mileage, a more environmentally-friendly vehicle, and you will arrive at your destination cool and comfortable.

Wondering what causes your car air conditioner to not cool you down? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Cannon Auto Repair today for more information about car AC service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Cannon Falls, MN, and the surrounding areas.

If you need to find out what causes your car air conditioner to not cool you down, call Cannon Auto Repair and talk to a certified car AC service technician.

Many people have been looking forward to the warmth of the summer sun after winter’s cold days. However, they still want to be cool in their car, either on a road trip that they’ve been planning on for a while or just on their commute to the office. To make sure your vehicle is ready to keep you cool in summer, schedule a car AC service with a certified technician.

So what causes your car air conditioner to not cool you down? The constant stress on the AC unit by the exposure to the extreme heat of the engine, road debris, dirt, vibrations, quick stops, and even the occasional run-in with a curb can allow small cracks to form or connections to slowly loosen. This means refrigerant may be leaking out of these tiny spaces, or the condenser may be blocked, a fan may be broken, or there may be faulty electrical connections.

AC systems work on the principle that when the refrigerant is compressed and cooled, then allowed to expand again, it will get very cold. If the air conditioner’s compressor isn’t able to create a high enough pressure in the system, then the refrigerant will not properly cool. If there is a clog or block in the system, the high-pressure refrigerant may be allowed to slowly decompress so that it cannot be properly cooled.

A certified car AC service technician may recommend AC Service twice a year—in the fall after surviving summer’s hot temperatures, and then in the spring before summer’s heat attacks. At a minimum, schedule a car AC service at least once a year. Regular service will benefit you with improved gas mileage, a more environmentally-friendly vehicle, and you will arrive at your destination cool and comfortable.

Wondering what causes your car air conditioner to not cool you down? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Cannon Auto Repair today for more information about car AC service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Cannon Falls, MN, and the surrounding areas.

Ron Stanko
Cannon Auto RepairAuto Repair Shop in Cannon Falls, MN

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Tue:08:00am - 5:00pm
Wed:08:00am - 5:00pm
Thu:08:00am - 5:00pm
Fri:08:00am - 5:00pm
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