Car Air Conditioning Service
Your car air conditioner uses refrigerant to absorb the heat from the air in the interior of the vehicle to the outside, leaving only cooled or 'conditioned' air to be redistributed. It should be considered essential that the rubber seals are appraised for any signs of leaks or issues which could be causing a loss of refrigerant.
Losing refrigerant through evaporation or leakage generally means your air con system will begin to deteriorate and will have to work harder, with a resulting increase in fuel consumption. Even new cars can lose as much as 20% of their refrigerant gas within two years of purchase.
To run in optimum condition the refrigerant in your Vehicle Air Conditioner should be refilled completely within four years of the manufacture date and every two to three years after that.
Getting your car's air conditioning serviced every 12 months means you can help prevent costly breakdowns now and in the future - and a well serviced Car Air Conditioner system actually saves you money because it results in a reduction of fuel usage.
Your vehicle should be inspected by a qualified workshop such as Drouin Auto Care regularly to make sure the air conditioning system continues performing at its best as well as having the mechanics assess the condition of the entire car.
Repco Authorised Car Service mechanics perform a 65 point Vehicle Inspection with every service and are often able to provide a warning about any items that may need renewal in the near future or those that are already damaged beyond repair.