Car Air Conditioning Repair & Inspection – Call (949) 376-7370
Laguna Canyon Smog offers annual A/C inspection and performance checks to system diagnosis and A/C Freon recharge or replacement of AC components handled by our qualified technicians. Regular A/C inspections help ensure cooling efficiency and identify possible refrigerant leaks. Additional services your vehicle might need include:
- AC System fan level check
- Air Conditioning System PSI pressure verification of Freon level
- Output temperature check
- Examination of blower fan and compressor
- AC Belts and hoses inspection
- Diagnosis of electronics to locate problems with wiring, faulty switches, fuses, or internal compressor seals
Car AC Recharge Service
If your car’s air conditioning system leaks after our inspection, we offer A/C recharge which includes:
- A/C recharging with additional refrigerant
- Visual reveal of system leaks utilizing fluorescent dye
Laguna Canyon Smog A/C recharge services include everything from inspection to repair. If your vehicle’s AC has problems with cooling in the California heat then let us help you cool down by providing you with professional automotive A/C repair services.
A/C Not Working?
Top 3 Reasons Your Auto Air Conditioning is Not Working
Your vehicle’s A/C may not be working properly for many reasons. Here are the top 3 reasons your car’s air conditioning may not be working;
Air Conditioning Leak
Moisture or Dirt in Tubing from a Leak
The air conditioning system is originally built to maintain tight seals on all tubing. If any of the tubing or seals crack or break, then air, moisture and dirt can infiltrate the A/C system. This can cause the lines to freeze. Frozen lines will block refrigerant flow from being able to cool your car. You can tell this has happened to your car when you turn the A/C on and sometimes warm air comes out of the vents alternating intermittently with cool air, then back to warm and so on.
Moisture in the A/C System from DIY A/C Fluid Refill
When topping off the R-134a fluid, moisture can enter in if extreme care isn’t taken. This is one major reason to have your A/C fluid refilled by a professional instead of doing it yourself.
An accident often causes a leak in a valve or tube which allows moisture and dirt into the A/C system.
A/C Parts Not Working
Your A/C unit is a group of moving parts working together. If one of them fails the entire system will not work properly. The most common air conditioning parts that fail include the compressor, compressor clutch, blower motor, blower motor resister, condenser and evaporator.
A/C Controller Not Working
Sometimes your air conditioning not working can be as simple as an electrical problem within your control system. A blown fuse will stop your A/C’s ability to be powered or activated properly. Locating where the broken fuse is typically requires a professional air conditioning mechanic.