Auto Air Conditioning Repair For Portland OR
Andy’s Auto Supply & Repair has been servicing auto air conditioning systems for years. Our auto repair shop is staffed with auto air conditioning experts to return a failing air conditioning system to its full, refreshing potential. You don’t have to deal with an uncomfortable commute. Let us handle your complete auto air conditioning repair and keep you cool when driving your vehicle.
Our Auto A/C Services
Our auto repair shop provides full diagnostics, servicing, and repair of your auto air conditioning system. Whether you’ve noticed that your air conditioning isn’t as cold as it usually is, the airflow is weak, or there’s no airflow at all, we can help. Here are some of our services we can provide:
- Complete air conditioning system inspection
- Leak test and location
- Auto air conditioning recharging
- Full air conditioning system replacement
- Fitting, o-ring, hose and seal replacement
- Electronic leak and performance test
It’s More Than Just A Cooling System
For those of us who rely on air conditioning to bring fresh air into the cabin, a loss of your auto air conditioning unit is something that won’t go unnoticed. And even though Portland residents don’t need quite as much cold air in their cars as other places, it can still get hot during certain times of the year. There is more to air conditioning than just cooling the air, and we know you want your car to work at its full capacity.
Signs It’s Time For Air Conditioning Service
When it comes to comfort in your car, few things are as bad as turning on the air conditioning to find warm air blowing out at you on a hot day. Your car could be trying to tell you when the a/c is failing on you. Here are some tell-tale signs that it’s time for repair:
- Weak Airflow – Among the early signs that your car’s air conditioning unit might be going downhill is weakened airflow. If you notice your a/c isn’t entirely blowing like it used to or didn’t seem to fill up the entire cabin, that’s often a sign of a leak in the system.
- Water or Steam Near Vents – While water outside the car might be okay, water near the vents or anywhere inside could mean your air conditioning unit isn’t able to drain correctly.
- Foul Smelling Airflow – Commonly related to an excess of moisture in the system, any bad smelling air could be caused by mold.
- No Air – If you’re turning the air conditioner on, but nothing is coming out, a clogged line or even a failed system could be to blame.
- Warm Air – Last but not least, warm air could mean you need an air conditioning recharge, but it could also mean you need a line or the entire system replaced.