Honda AC Repair

Honda Accord Interior Air Conditioning

When the AC in your vehicle starts causing trouble, you should immediately schedule an appointment with a certified auto repair technician. Sweltering in the summer heat is no way to spend a single minute of your day. But, when trouble starts knocking, this is the result if you do not take proper action. Our AC repair professionals can repair most minor and major problems and alleviate any of your concerns.

Top AC Repair Questions

Take a look at a few Q&A concerning AC repair and gain mounds of knowledge.

What Causes an AC Leak?

AC leaks are the cause of many malfunctioning units. When the hoses and seals that compose the AC unit begin to wear down, freon leaks and a plethora of other problems begin. Add moisture to the picture and leaks are almost always unavoidable.

How do You Test for AC Leaks?

Honda Accord Exterior FrontThere are a couple of ways to detect a leak. Since the refrigerant used in AC units contain special dyes that show up under a blacklight, this is one of the most common diagnostic techniques. Sniffers are special AC leak detection tools that can also help detect trouble.

Why is There an Odor Coming From My AC Unit?

Sometimes, AC units emit odors when they’re turned to the ‘on’ position. Never a pleasant smell, most people say that it is similar to mold and mildew. That’s because it is usually one of those things causing the odors to build! A dirty air cabin filter or a moldy evaporator case will cause a stinky situation inside your car.

How Much Does AC Repair Cost?

Many factors impact the costs of an AC repair. The cause of the problem, make and model vehicle, and time of the year are a few of the factors. The sooner you schedule service, the better since it reduces added problems to the unit. Our service specials that rotate frequently will help you go above and beyond with competitive savings.

Why is My AC Blowing Out Hot Air?

You do not expect hot air to come out of the AC vents when you turn the unit on, but if there are problems within the unit, this might be an experience that you endure. Low refrigerant is one of the primary causes of an AC unit blowing out hot air, but it can also be caused by problems like leaks, blown fuses, faulty compressors, and similar problems.

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  • Sunday Closed