Air Conditioning Servicing and Repairs
If you have an air conditioned car, it is imperative that you get regular air conditioning servicing and repair done on it. Air Conditioning is not a cheap investment, so you will want to make sure that you protect your investment, which means you should avoid wasting your money by going for expensive and unnecessary repairs. Instead, consider having someone else do the repair for you.
Many things can cause damage to your air conditioning system. The most common thing that does this is a leak. Take the time to check your AC motor every few months, as well as the condenser, the coolant line and any fans or blowers that may be near it. There are a lot of other things that can cause damage to your car and air conditioning system, so regular checking can save your pocket in the long run.
Common Air Conditioner Problems
Is your vehicle hot inside? Does the air coming from the dash vents seem too warm, damp or muggy?
Does the demister not seem to work as well as it should? Does it take too long to clear your windshield?
Does your vehicle have a foul odour inside, especially when you turn on the system?
Our Air Conditioning Service
- Regular air conditioning inspection and service. An air conditioning service is often all your vehicle needs to keep you cool, dry and comfortable.
Air Conditioner Repairs
- Using specialist diagnostic equipment, we can quickly and accurately determine what is wrong with your vehicle’s air conditioning system.
- We do complete repairs, using high quality/OEM equivalent parts. (they last longer and are reasonable in price) and we feel that they also perform better.
Be Cool – Be Comfortable - Schedule Your Appointment Today
Call or book online for your appointment. We’ll get you back on the road and feeling cool again.
Diagnosed Correctly – Fixed Right – The First Time
That’s Accelerate Automotive!
Air Conditioning Approval Station Number: AU17492
So, what’s the magic number? Well, most car manufacturers suggest every six months to a year or every 10,000kms, whichever comes first. But keep in mind, this is just for an average vehicle. Cars that perform more heavy duty tasks are advised to have more frequent services. Plus, if you drive an older car, it might be worth booking in a little earlier and keeping a close eye on your odometer. Good mechanical repairers should look at your car and individually diagnose it (just like if it were a person going to the doctor - everyone’s different!).