Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Checking Your Car’s Air Conditioning System.

Spring has sprung!  At least you can see where your car’s air conditioning will be necessary in the months to come.  Over the winter there is a good chance that you have run low on refrigerant in your A/C system.  Over time tiny amounts of this substance leak from the lines and degrade the overall performance which you will find out the hard way when you try to turn it on.

There are three main parts to your vehicle’s air conditioner.  They are the condenser, the compressor, and an evaporator.  The system is sealed from the outside and filled with fluid.  Liquid refrigerant travels to the evaporator where it expands and removes the heat and cools the evaporator.  A fan directs air over the evaporator then through the air vents of your car.

Now that you know the basics of your vehicle’s air conditioning system it is that time of year to seek out professional auto air conditioning service in the Kansas City area.  That is Able Auto Service located at 837 Osage Ave. in KC.  At Able The “A-Team” will know what to look for to make sure that your air conditioner performs up to capacity this summer.  Drive in today or give them a call at 913-321-1030.

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