Automobile Air Conditioner Repair Service
What is black death mean to an automobile air conditioner?
When your car’s air conditioning system experiences black death, it starts in the compressor after refrigerant breaks down. Since refrigerant acts as a working fluid, much like how motor oil is the the fluid which provides lubrication to protect the engine, a refrigerant breakdown will result in ugly wear, starting in the compressor. From there, the sharp and grimy metal particles created during compressor breakdown can then travel through the rest of the automobile air conditioner system, wreaking havoc on the entire system. Before you know it, all cold air, and airflow for that matter, will be long gone.
The best protection from black death, is an air conditioning performance check and automobile air conditioner repair from Sawyerwood Car and Truck Service.
Why does the air conditioning in my vehicle have reduced air flow?
- Mold or mildew may have accumulated in the evaporator core from residual moisture that occurs during the cooling process. When this happens, air has trouble reaching your air vents.
- A hose has come lose.
- The ventilation fan is fried.
- Core case seals, blower house seals, or evaporator core case seals, all can open up and diminish air flow. Automobile air conditioning ventilation systems are very sensitive and must remain sealed. Once their open, the whole system is compromised.
If your automobile’s air conditioning system isn’t as cold as it used to be, and you live in the Akron, Ohio or surrounding areas contact Sawyerwood, before your small automobile air conditioner repair turns into a big automobile air conditioner repair.