Not everybody is aware that Air Conditioning requires regular servicing to keep it at its most efficient have you ever noticed your air con not being as icy cold as when you first bought the car? Chances are you need an air con service!
It’s estimated that as much as 10% of your air conditioning systems gas escapes every year with the most part being in winter when, typically, us brits aren’t using it!
There are two main types of Air con gas used in most cars today, R134A and R1234YF. At JEN-BAR we have the capability to service both types to help you keep your cool during the unpredictable British Summer!
An Introduction To Air Conditioning Problems
Many people make the mistake of not appreciating the significance of the role of the air conditioning system within your car’s interior make-up. It does far more than just keeping the inside of your car cool during warm weather. A fully working and efficient air conditioning system filters out all the harmful pollutants in the air. It improves the air quality by removing pollutants, airborne bacteria and pollen amongst others.
Far too often, car owners neglect the importance of air-con maintenance. Over time, the refrigerant gas in your car’s air conditioning system diminishes. This escalates quickly when the system isn’t used regularly. Most reputable car manufacturerrs recommend carrying out an air conditioning service every two years. This is to give the system the best opportunity to keep the air conditioning working at optimum level.
What Our Company Can Offer
Our air-conditioning services are some of the best around. The level of detail our skilled technicians can cover due to their accumulated knowledge and experience in servicing car air-conditioning is unrivalled. Our Air Con Pre Inspection is required before an Air Con Service, which includes:
How To Tell If You Need Assistance:
Tips On Keeping An Eye On Your Air Conditioning At Home
While the car is running, turn the air conditioning on (The air conditioner won’t run properly if your engine is off). Fresh air (not recirculated) tends to be the biggest indicator and the best setting for a proper diagnosis. You need the air blowing out of the center vents in the dash and the AC turned on. If your car has a ‘Max AC’ setting, select that option, if not then begin with the fan speed turned to its highest setting then do the following;
A blown fuse can cause your AC to stop working. Inspect your car’s fuses. Check your owner’s manual for the location of your car’s fuse panel, as it may be under the bonnet, in the boot, or even in the driver’s footwell area.