Fixing Car Air Conditioner

Fixing Car Air Conditioner- If it blows hot air then it is not working?

Fixing Car Air Conditioner

Fixing Car Air Conditioner

This is a video about what happens when your car’s air-conditioning starts blowing out hot air. Hence this is an indication that you could have one of three conditions. As a result, you could have a refrigerant leak, AC electrical problem or clogged condenser. Your car’s air-con uses a refrigerant to remove any heat from inside your car. Thus making the car cooler and more comfortable.

 If your AC system develops a refrigerant leak in the system from a leaky connection or damaged AC hose, the refrigerant will evaporate and make the air conditioner loose its performance. If the AC system has an electrical problem such as a switch or wire that has shorted and blown a fuse, then the air conditioning system will malfunction. 

Other symptoms include the possibility of a leak in the air-cons pipe system. Even a small leak can cause your system to lose its heat. Another common problem is a clogged up condenser. The condenser is the piece of equipment that looks like a radiator. This is positioned at the front in a similar place to the radiator. We here at PellonAutocentre in Halifax UK, find this one of the most common problems.

Fixing Car Air Conditioner

Fortunately, we have the equipment to find faults and repair the problems. Our staff have passed exams to qualify using this equipment.

This video is attributed to Scotty Kilmer. Naturally a  mechanic for the last 46 years, Scotty shows how you can fix your own car’s air conditioner. This is not advised without the correct equipment here in the UK. And, If you like my car help, be sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VognjkYaMjg&list=UUuxpxCCevIlF-k-K5YU8XPA&feature=c4-overview . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video, so don’t miss them.

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Auto Air Conditioning Systems at a Glance

Auto Air Conditioning Systems at a Glance-A look at how your cars air-conditioning works

Auto Air Conditioning Systems at a Glance

Auto Air Conditioning Systems at a Glance

Many of us older drivers, will remember the days when air-conditioning, was only available on the top car brands. For this reason, i decided to put a few videos onto my blog. Naturally, most modern cars nowadays are now fitted with AC (air-conditioning). Most modern Autocentres, like Pellon Autocentre, here in Halifax. Accordingly, can now carry out repairs and re-charge many car models AC systems.

Therefore, Air Conditioning in cars came about in the 1940’s. The first ones were fairly basic. Hence moving forward to today’s vehicles, there is modern  technologies. As expected, such things as computerized automatic temperature control. Which allow you to set temperature that you want, automatically. For this reason, this has added a great deal of complexity to today’s modern vehicles air conditioning systems.

Furthermore, we now have tough environmental laws, that regulate car AC systems. Regulated things include, such things as recharging the  AC system with refrigerant. Another rule that regulates the AC system is the  evacuating and charging of the PAG oil needed by the compressor. Scientific studies have proved that there has been a damaging effect of the AC refrigerant to the Earths ozone layer.

Today’s modern garage now to have technicians. As expected, have to be certified on the use of refrigerants. Thus, can also repair your air conditioner system. As expected, we  purchased a special machine for  working and servicing on the cars with AC problems.So, as a motorist, basic knowledge of your air conditioning system is important knowledge to know. because it will give the driver more knowledge about the work that a garage has to carry out when repairing your AC. .

Modern AC or HVAC systems are composed of the following, COMPRESSOR, CONDENSER, EVAPORATOR, ORIFICE TUBE, EXPANSION VALVE, RECEIVER DRIER, or ACCUMULATOR.

LINKS:
http://www.autodiagnosticsandpublishing.com/TransTS.html
http://www.autodiagnosticsandpublishing.com/CBT_Auto_Traning.htm