If you have a relatively new or older car that just a few days ago, just when these high daily temperatures started, simply built-in air conditioning stopped cooling, you really have no luck.

No cooled air coming out of the ventilation opening? So far you have not had any problems with the car air conditioning and now you do not know what to do! We have the answer to questions like this…

We advise you to leave your car in the hands of a specialist in the repair of car air conditioners who has many years of experience. Regardless of the age of your car, 3 to 8% of the gas in the cooling system is lost every year and its efficiency decreases. The service technician needs to see where the fault is, maybe the compressor is working, but the gas has come out of the system, so it cannot cool the air inside the vehicle cabin. In any case, an expert will fill your air conditioner with gas and contrast, and in a day or two you will be called in for a check-up so you can see where the gas is coming out and recommend a way to repair it.

Filling the air conditioner with gas without contrast currently costs from 150 to 250 kuna, and the price of the repair depends, of course, on the severity of the fault, which can only be determined by diagnosis. During service, the refrigerant gas is removed from the system and impurities and moisture are removed from it. The system is vacuumed to remove moisture from the system and refilled with recycled and purified gas and refilled with new as needed.

In addition to gas, the system is also filled with compressor lubricating oil. A contrast agent is added to the gas to make it easier to check the tightness of the system. It is recommended to do the service every two years.

Tagged under

Disclaimer I

All the information on this website is published in good faith and for general information purpose only. Website worldcarblog.com does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability and accuracy of this information. Any action you take upon the information you find on this website (worldcarblog.com), is strictly at your own risk. will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our website.

DISCLAIMER II

Material downloaded from the Internet is considered publicly available unless otherwise stated. In the event that there is a problem or a copyright error on a particular material, copyright infringement has been done unintentionally.

Upon presentation of proof of copyright, the disputed material will be immediately removed from the site.

Top