Normal vehicle use can generate a lot of heat from the engine as well as the road and sun. Your vehicle’s AC system is responsible for keeping you cool and purifying the circulating air. Your vehicle’s refrigerant is responsible for removing heat from the cabin compartment. The compressor, functions like a pump, moving refrigerant through the system.
The compressor pumps the refrigerant through the system where it is transformed from a hot gas into a liquid and then cooled. Through a number of other components, such as the condenser, compressor, and evaporator, the liquid is again processed into a gas, pressurized, and vaporized before being released into the cabin as cool air.
Many vehicles house the A/C and heating systems under the dash, so it can be difficult to diagnose a problem without seeing and testing some of your vehicle’s components. The compressor is the heart of the system so If you hear any unusual noise when your A/C or heater is on it’s best to have it checked out.
It might also be that your vehicle suddenly stopped blowing out cold air? This could be a sign that your refrigerant is low and you need a refill; Or you might have a leak in your A/C system.
Another common problem is the air coming through the vents in your car smells awful? Nasty smells from your car’s vents are likely caused by a bacteria buildup in the evaporator. We have the tools to clean this out and fix this for you quickly.