Working up a sweat is a great thing to do in a gym around COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, but not in your vehicle. When COLUMBIA HEIGHTS residents' vehicle AC Systems have a problem, they'll often feel it right away. The question is, how long do you put up with it? You know, the old comfort versus cost dilemma. But a more comfortable drive around Minnesota has a lot of benefits, and keeping the AC System well maintained can help prevent repairs.
A common cause of AC failure is water and air in the system. The system does not work as well with air in it. And water can cause rust that leads to damage of the A/C components. Also refrigerant, the stuff that makes the air cold, can leak out, reducing the efficiency of the system and making it work harder to try to cool the air. That is why periodically evacuating the air conditioning system and recharging it keeps the proper amount of clean refrigerant in the system for COLUMBIA HEIGHTS residents, so it cools better and lasts longer.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS drivers should also run the air conditioner regularly, even in the winter, so that it lubricates itself and keeps the seals from drying out. The seals can crack and that leads to leaks. Your vehicle's owner's manual will have recommendations for how often to service your air conditioner. Some service centers also have this information as part of their computer databases. Your friendly and knowledgeable Hage Kobany Transmissions & Auto Service service advisor can give you more information.
Hage Kobany Transmissions & Auto Service
701 39th Ave NE
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, Minnesota 55421