If you haven’t switched on the air conditioner for your car yet, chances are that you will be soon. As you drive in the summer, you will want your vehicle to be as cool and comfortable as possible. You will want to make sure that the air conditioner is blowing cool and comfortable air in the cabin of your vehicle. If it is not, you will want to contact us as soon as possible. We can inspect it to make sure there is not a leak or damage to the hoses. Also, we can check to make sure the refrigerant is in the best condition to cool.

 

No matter if you are traveling a long distance, or out for the day shopping, you will want your vehicle to be comfortable when you drive. You can crack the windows a few inches if you have to leave it parked. This will help reduce the buildup of hot air in the vehicle when you get into it. Also try parking in the shade or next to a tree so the sun does not beat directly onto your vehicle.

 

Besides keeping the interior cool, you will want to make sure that the engine for the vehicle is cool as well. Check to make sure that there is enough coolant in the reservoir so the vehicle can operate properly. If there is not, then you may notice the vehicle starting to overheat. Check the temperature gauge on the vehicle. If it starts to increase, then you will want to turn off the air conditioner. When the temperature gauge reaches the red, you will want to turn the vehicle off so you do not run the risk of having the engine fail completely. So make sure to notice the temperature gauge as you drive.

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ARDEN HILLS:

651-633-4100

1310 W County Rd E

ROSEVILLE:
651-488-8800

2170 Dale St N

ARDEN HILLS:

651-633-4100

1310 W County Rd E

ROSEVILLE:
651-488-8800

2170 Dale St N