A/C Service

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If your vehicle’s A/C isn’t working as it should, even the shortest drives in the warm weather can feel miserable. Air conditioning plays a big role in how comfortable you are during your commutes and errands. If you live or work in Louisiana, you know exactly how important it is to have a functional A/C in your vehicle. To keep your A/C in good condition, you’ll eventually need A/C service. At Premier Clearance Center Metairie, we provide drivers from Gretna and Hammond with quality A/C service and repairs that don’t break the bank. To find out more about how A/C service can protect your vehicle’s A/C, give us a call or stop by our location near Kenner, LA.


What Is A/C Service?

Whenever a vehicle comes into our service department for A/C service, our technicians will begin with an inspection of the A/C system. Whether you’re experiencing a problem with your A/C or you simply want a routine inspection, a technician will inspect the system visually before testing its performance and controls. This will help them determine if any issues need to be addressed with your A/C. If they find an issue, they’ll let you know before they begin any repairs.

Common Signs of an A/C Problem

If you’re struggling to decide if it’s necessary to schedule a service appointment for your vehicle, it can be helpful to know about the different signs of damage and when to be concerned. When it comes to your vehicle’s A/C, there are a few different common signs of damage to look out for. Learning about these signs can give you a better idea of when to schedule A/C service. You’ll want to schedule an A/C inspection if your A/C is experiencing issues such as:

  • Weak Airflow: There are a few different reasons why your A/C has a weak airflow. A technician will look for an excess of moisture in the system, a clogged cabin air filter, and a failing blower motor.
  • No Airflow: An inspection is the best way to figure out why your A/C no longer works. It can be caused by a variety of issues, and our technicians can diagnose the problem during A/C service.
  • Strange Smell: If you smell an unpleasant odor when you turn on your A/C, it could be a sign of mold someone in the system or on the cabin air filter.
  • No Cool Air: A common reason why an A/C only produces warm or hot air is that there’s a refrigerant leak somewhere in the system.

If you notice a problem with your vehicle, you’ll want to schedule an inspection as soon as possible to prevent further damage and expensive repairs down the road. We can help you get to the root of the issue so you can drive comfortably in your vehicle.

If you’d like to learn more vehicle maintenance tips, like how to check your oil, give us a call at Premier Clearance Center Metairie.