The Tennessee heat can be tough on your car's air conditioner. If your car's A/C isn't blowing as cold as it used to or takes longer than it should to cool your vehicle, you may need to have your system serviced.
Signs & Symptoms
Some symptoms that your A/C may need servicing could include:
- Air doesn't blow as cold as it used to.
- Air takes a long time to cool down your vehicle.
- A/C compressor turns on and off frequently.
- A/C compressor is noisy.
- Belts are noisy.
If you experience any of these symptoms, don't panic. Many air conditioner issues are as minor as an A/C coolant recharge or are simple to repair. It is important, however, to call us as soon as these symptoms occur so we can inspect your vehicle before minor issues become major ones.
We're Here to Help
If you're concerned about the condition of your vehicle's air conditioner, or if it's been a while since you've had your A/C system inspected, call us today or bring your vehicle into Nashville Transmissions. We'll take a look and advise you on whether or not your system needs maintenance. Because, in most cases, major A/C issues are a result of neglecting minor A/C issues, the sooner you have your vehicle inspected, the higher the likelihood that you'll avoid major repairs.
The technicians at Nashville Transmissions of Nashville are happy to diagnose your A/C issues and let you know exactly what's going on. If you need to have work done, Nashville Transmissions has the experience and equipment to service all of your air conditioning system components, including the auto A/C compressor, condenser, dryer, evaporator, seals, and tubing. Whether you're looking at minor auto A/C repair or a major A/C system overhaul, your vehicle's air conditioning system is in good hands at Nashville Transmissions.