Temperature may be the last thing you think about when you are thinking of your vehicle, but the truth is that air conditioning is important. Both under the hood and in the cabin, temperature plays a big role, not only in your individual comfort, but also the health of your vehicle. Whether it is your vehicle’s air conditioning that is acting up or your cooling system is failing to keep your engine from overheating, O’Bryan Automotive Repair has all the expertise and equipment needed to get your vehicle cooled down.
Auto Air Conditioning Repair
We often think of the air conditioner in our vehicle as a luxury. After all, the vehicle isn’t going to break down simply because we are feeling a little hotter than we’d like. But the truth is, during the summer, auto AC is a necessity. When you get into your car on a hot summer day, you need that cool blast from your vents to cool you down and keep you comfortable while you are driving.
At O’Bryan Automotive Repair, we recommend that you have your vehicle’s air conditioning system inspected and serviced every year before the hotter months start to set in. Sometimes a simple recharge will keep you nice and cool all season long, but if your vehicle does need AC repair it is better to have it addressed before you turn into a sweaty mess.
Some of the signs that your vehicle’s AC system is failing include:
- Weak airflow coming from your vents
- Your AC is not blowing cold enough to cool you down
- There is a foul smell coming from your AC
- Your dashboard is leaking
- Your AC is noisier than usual
Cooling System and Radiator Repair
Drivers often think that the AC system and cooling system are one in the same, but the truth is they are completely separate systems. While your AC system is responsible for keeping you cool and comfortable, your cooling system and radiator are responsible for keeping your engine cool and running at the right temperature.
When your engine is running hot or overheating, it can cause serious engine problems. If you have noticed smoke coming from under the hood or if your temperature gauge is indicating that your engine temperature is higher than it should be, come see us today to prevent an engine breakdown.