CAR AC REPAIR
Nobody likes getting into a sweltering car, but it’s such a relief to turn on your AC and feel that cool air kick in. Until the day it doesn’t kick in. Or maybe your car’s air conditioner activates but doesn’t cool your cabin the way it used to.
To prevent car AC breakdowns, follow your vehicle manufacturer’s suggested maintenance schedule -- and have your AC checked at the first sign of trouble.
If you’re already having AC problems, request a Car AC Check appointment today.
Between the compressor, the AC clutch, and (most commonly) the refrigerant level, there are several reasons why a car air conditioner can stop blowing cold air:
- Refrigerant loss: Low refrigerant (coolant) is the most common cause of AC problems, and the solution is a Car AC Recharge -- plus repairs to any leaking AC components that may be causing your vehicle to lose refrigerant faster than expected.
- Blocked air flow: Anywhere between the compressor, the condenser, and the air vents into your cabin, any blockage to air flow will shut down your AC system.
- Broken or worn AC parts: Depending on the vehicle, your AC system may include a compressor, AC clutch, condenser, thermal expansion drive, receiver, dryer, orifice tube, accumulator, evaporator, and blower. Any of these parts, and the lines and connections between them, may need service.
- Midas Closer Look Vehicle Check™ includes visual checks of brakes, battery, air filter, fluids, belts, and hoses.↩
Email your coupon
Emails used in this feature are not stored and will not be used for future marketing.
Sending Message... Please wait