Automotive A/C Service Near Savannah, MO
A/C Service at Victory Chevrolet of Savannah
From St. Joseph to Kansas City, drivers know that when their vehicle’s air conditioner is not working correctly, even a short drive in the summer heat can be miserable. But sadly, many drivers try to be optimistic and assume that they are just expecting too much from this fantastic cooling system. So they wait until a minor A/C issue has turned into something more costly to repair. At Victory Chevrolet of Savannah, our automotive technicians are here six days a week to provide fast and affordable A/C service to keep you cool and comfortable in your vehicle.
Address Minor Issues Quickly
Like most mechanical devices, your car will first develop a minor issue that can easily be repaired by the pros at Victory Chevrolet of Savannah. But when you ignore that warning sign, the problem will compound and become much more expensive to repair. The A/C system will likely provide many subtle warnings before it simply fails to turn on and cool your car. Some of these warning signs include:
- Blowing less cool air or slightly warm air – If you discover that the air coming out of the air conditioner vents is not as cool and refreshing as it once was, there is an issue brewing. If addressed immediately, the solution could be as easy as replacing old refrigerant or repairing a small refrigerant leak and refilling the system. But if ignored, the issues will compound and result in a more costly repair and days of unpleasant driving in a hot car.
- A Foul Odor – There should never be an unpleasant odor blowing in your face from your vehicle’s air conditioner. If the cooled air smells musty or stale, there is a good possibility there is mold or mildew in the air filter or the vents. Not only does the mold need to be removed for your health safety, but the source of the moisture also needs to be located. If water enters the refrigerant system or air conditioner, it will quickly destroy the unit, resulting in a much more costly repair.
- Poor Air Flow – Does it feel like there is less cool air coming from the A/C vents even when you have the blower on high? It might not be you imagining things. Instead, it could be an obstruction in the vent, something restricting the evaporator core, or the beginning of the end for your blower motor. All of these are issues that can be diagnosed and repaired quickly with a visit to Victory Chevrolet of Savannah for air conditioner service.
If you hate the thought of being stuck in a vehicle with no AC this summer, the solution is a proactive visit for air conditioning service and testing at Victory Chevrolet of Savannah. Our pros will inspect and clean the A/C components and test the system to ensure that it is ready to meet your needs this season.
Call us today or use the online scheduling tool to set up an appointment at your convenience with the certified service experts at Victory Chevrolet of Savannah.