Why Does My A/C Blow Hot Air?
As the temperatures rise in Raleigh, one thing you don’t want have to deal with is a broken auto air conditioner. The discomfort you experience while enduring both the humidity and summer sun can sometimes be unbearable. And by now you’ve already turned on the A/C for the first time. Did you discover it’s blowing warm air? No fret, we can help!
The technicians at McNair Performance provide auto A/C repair Raleigh, NC trusts. We’ll diagnose and fix the problem, then have you on the road comfortably in no time.
When we perform the diagnostic service, here are few things we’re looking for:
Low or leaking refrigerant
Low refrigerant levels can cause your vehicle’s A/C to blow hot air.
Replenishing the refrigerant is an easy fix. However, the loss is usually the result of a leak in your car’s air conditioning system — a fix that requires the skills of a technician trained in auto A/C repair. Raleigh, NC and vicinity residents can contact the McNair Performance team if a leak is suspected. We use state-of-the-art technology and methods to identify the location of the leak and then determine your options for repair. Once the leak has been remedied, air and moisture are prevented from entering and damaging your air conditioning system
Clogged orifice tube, receiver/drier, accumulator, condenser or expansion valve.
As a part of the A/C’s diagnostic, our team will also inspect these components to determine if there is a clog. When blocked, any restriction can prevent refrigerant from reaching the evaporator. The result? Warm air.
The compressor pressurizes and pumps refrigerant throughout your vehicle’s air conditioning system. When it goes bad, it can cause debris to be pumped through the system. When replacing the compressor it is critical to clean or replace any components downstream in the flow of Freon.
Problems with the electrical system
When operating properly, the many components of your car’s air conditioning system work together smoothly. If one or more of the electrical components fail as a result of age, defect or damage, the system can stop working to protect your safety and prevent further damage. In this case a skilled technician will be needed.
Got trouble with your car’s A/C? The technicians at McNair Performance are the experts in auto A/C repair Raleigh, NC calls when in a bind.
We’re available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at (919) 781-3604 and here to help!