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A/C SYSTEM SERVICES

KEEP YOUR COOL WITH REGULAR A/C SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

You may not give your car’s air conditioner a second thought until it fails you on the hottest day of the year. Take care of your A/C system before the next heat wave; AutoTire will help keep you cool with regular air conditioning inspections and service.

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CHILL OUT. WE’VE GOT YOUR COVERED.

Help your vehicle beat the heat this summer by scheduling regular A/C repair and maintenance checks. AutoTire Auto Service and Tire Centers employ technicians who are trained and certified to responsibly handle the refrigerant used in auto air conditioners. They use state-of-the art diagnostic tools to assess and repair you’re A/C system, regardless of manufacturer.

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DOES YOUR A/C PASS INSPECTION?

Our technicians will pinpoint any problems and quickly return your vehicle to its cooling ways. The next time you schedule a servicing, ask for an inspection of these and other essential A/C components, including the system hoses, rubber seals, and, metal connectors. Each is a potential source for leaks.

Routine inspections and maintenance ensure that your vehicle A/C operates at peak efficiency.

FOUR PARTS COOL. ONE PART RELIEF.

Your car’s air conditioning system has four major parts that require inspection and maintenance:

The compressor, mounted on the engine, pumps refrigerant through the system. This is your A/C system’s most important and expensive component.

The evaporator, located behind the dash, removes heat from the passenger compartment and transfers it to the condenser.

The condenser expels the collected heat from your vehicle. It is located between the radiator and the front grill.

The dryer absorbs any excess moisture from the refrigerant.

Having a well functioning air conditioning system in your vehicle is about more than just staying cool on a hot day – it also protects your vehicle. Regular maintenance can help you avoid a breakdown during hot weather.