Car A/C repair Point Loma, Ocean Beach
There are some common problems you may be experiencing with your car A/C. The experts at ebers garage are here to help. A unique issue with fixing car air conditioning is that there are not often any warning lights or notifications as to when you a/c is starting to have problems. The earlier you have it checked the more likely you will be able to reduce the cost of repairs. If you have a leak in your a/c moisture can infiltrate your system causing larger problems if they go unaddressed.
It is common for A/c systems to break on older vehicles simply because many of the components include rubber hoses and valves. These materials lose elasticity over time and can crack break causing leaks in your system.
If you are experiencing any of the following issues. We can help diagnose and fix the underlying problem that is keeping your car from staying cool in the hot summer months.
Your a/c is just not blowing cold like it used to. OR It starts out cold, but doesn’t stay cold.
These problems can be caused by a number of things. If you notice this symptom you should have your a/c system checked immediately:
a. A Freon leak caused by a failed o-ring, seal, hose or component
b. A clogged expansion tube or refrigerant charging hose
c. Failed compressor or compressor clutch
d. Failed blower motor or blower motor resistor
e. Damaged or faulty condenser or evaporator
f. Vacuum leaks
g. Failed switch, fuse, relay, control module, blend door or solenoid
Your A/c has a weak air flow
This can be caused by a few different things.
a. Mildew or mold can build up in your system if there is leak letting moisture in. This can cause the tubes to be blocked, limiting the amount of air that can reach your vents.
b. A blower hose has come loose
c. Your ventilation fan is broken.
The air coming out of your vents smells sour and moldy or just not clean
a. Once again if moisture sits in your evaporator case because the drain is blocked it will cause mold and funky smells.
b. Dirty or old cabin air filter.