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We offer an A/C recharge service when hot air blows out of the vents with the air conditioner on. Service is completed according to certified Chevrolet standards by a certified technician with computerized equipment. It includes an inspection of the air conditioning system, repairing parts allowing refrigerant to leak, and installing genuine OEM refrigerant to the recommended capacity. Be sure that your A/C blows out cold air when you need it most with A/C recharge service at Libertyville Chevrolet. Schedule service online or give us a call for your service appointment today.
Your vehicle’s air conditioner relies on compressed refrigerant to cool ambient air. Low refrigerant is the #1 cause of faulty air conditioning. The hot air blowing out of the vents with the air conditioning on is the #1 sign of needing to add more refrigerant. Refrigerants are known to leak slowly from microscopic pores and can leak rapidly from worn components.
A/C recharge service involves mounting the air conditioning unit to our computerized refrigerant service station whereby the system is pressurized. A certified technician will inspect for leaks as the new refrigerant is installed. Worn or damaged components will need to be repaired before finishing the service with fresh refrigerant installed to the specified capacity.
Low refrigerant is the #1 cause of poor air conditioning performance. Low refrigerant can also cause compressor damage and is priced by volume. Getting A/C service now is the best decision because it will prevent compressor damage and detect and stop leaks. Getting service now ultimately saves you money for repairs and installing more refrigerant later. Now instead of later, servicing will also fix the problem while ensuring that the A/C blows out cold air when you need it most.
Today’s automotive air conditioning system is sophisticated, pressurized, and new compressors are pricey. A certified technician completing the service using a computerized A/C recharge station following a technical service protocol will always be best if you want the highest quality service with guaranteed results. Beyond the quality result, attempting to install refrigerant using a recharge kit from the parts store is a terrible idea because you can damage and is unsafe due to the pressurized lines. You should get an A/C recharge service at Libertyville Chevrolet if you want the best result. Schedule service today and make sure to check our service special coupons before coming in!