Auto Air Conditioning Repair Services

Alamo Auto AC provides complete auto air conditioning system inspections, diagnosis, and repair. We ensure that your car’s AC is providing peak performance, keeping you cool during those hot summer months.

Typical replacements or repairs that your vehicle’s AC may need include but are not limited to:

  • Compressor
  • Condenser
  • Evaporator Core
  • Control Unit
  • Drier/Accumulator
  • Expansion Valve
  • Orifice Tube
  • AC Hoses
  • Blower Motor
  • AC Freon Recharge

Auto Heating Repair Services

Alamo Auto AC provides complete auto air heating system inspections, diagnosis, and repair. We ensure that your car’s heater is running properly and keeping you warm during those cold winter months.

Typical replacements or repairs that your vehicle’s heater may need include but are not limited to:

  • Heater Core
  • Heater control Unit
  • Heater Control Valve
  • Blower
  • Blower Resistor
  • Coolant
  • Thermostat
  • Temperature blend door

Why auto A/C and heating system repair service is important:

Heating and A/C systems can wear out over time. Hoses can easily get blocked up and leak if not regularly serviced, leading to poor efficiency or a lack of cooling and heating completely. Proper routine maintenance keeps your automobile comfortable for you and your passengers during the sweltering heat of summer.  And it’s not just about comfort, there is also a safety concern.  Fidgeting with your car’s dials and vents is a distraction from what’s happening on the road.

Some signs your vehicle’s A/C or heating system is having problems:

  • Your A/C blows air that is barely cooler than the outside air.
  • Cooled air smells like mold or mildew.
  • Your cabin does not heat up in cold weather, or is just barely warmer than outdoors.
  • The defroster takes longer than normal to function, blows dirty air, or doesn’t operate at all.
  • Your heater or A/C operates only when driving, not when idling or stopped.
  • Your heating unit blows chilly air, or the air conditioning blows warm air.
  • Even at the highest setting, your vents do not put out much air.

Signs your vehicle’s climate control is having problems:

  • Central vents not working
  • Climate control display dark
  • Intermittent climate control power loss
  • AC compressor always running
  • Climate control buttons not working
  • Thermostat stuck

An in-depth inspection of heating and a/c systems includes:

  • Checking the interior and blower
  • Checking radiator coolant level, hoses, pressure cap and thermostat
  • Screening the compressor belt
  • Examining for cracks or additional damages.
  • A cooling system pressure examination
  • Contrasting the air conditioning pressure to manufacturer specifications
  • Examining the system for refrigerant leaks
  • Check the interior vent air temperature
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