Vehicle Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair in Pensacola
East Hill Automotive Center provides automotive air conditioning maintenance, repair and replacement at both of our Pensacola FL locations. If you suspect you need your car or truck air conditioning repaired or replaced, visit the A/C repair experts at East Hill Automotive Center. We are a AAA Approved repair facility, and our mechanics are ASE Certified, so you know you’re getting the best Pensacola auto A/C repair there is to offer.
$9.95 A/C Check – Schedule Yours Today!
When the weather starts to heat up, you’ll quickly find out if your vehicle air conditioning is still in good shape. Don’t wait until it’s too late and you find yourself in the summer heat without working A/C. Call us today at 850-433-0639 (12th Ave) or 850-479-9009 (Brent) to schedule our comprehensive Air Conditioning Check for just $9.95! We’ll take a thorough look at your vehicle A/C system and make sure all is working well. If something is wrong, we’ll let you know and make a recommendation on the best fix available.
Why Choose Us For Your Auto Air Conditioning Repair?
2-Year Warranty on Parts and Labor
That’s right. We offer a 2-year warranty on all our parts and labor. If something goes wrong with your air conditioning in those first two years, we want to make sure we correct the issue and get you back on your way.
Experienced and Professional Technicians
Our technicians are ASE-Certified and are experts in their field. They have undergone extensive training and certification to perform diagnosis and repairs on your vehicle’s A/C system. No matter the make or model of your vehicle, you can rest easy knowing that skilled hands are at work on your car, from maintenance refrigerant top-ups to evaporator core replacements. Don’t leave your auto air conditioning repair to just anyone – you can count on East Hill Automotive Center to get the job done right, the first time!
Thorough Air Conditioning Inspections for Accurate Diagnosis
At East Hill Automotive Center, we use the latest testing and repair equipment and procedures to perform diagnosis for all auto air conditioning repairs. Whether the refrigerant lines are leaking, the compressor is seizing, or the receiver drier is plugged, our ASE-Certified mechanics will diagnose the issue in a quick and efficient manner.
Comprehensive and Transparent Overviews
We want to create a long-term relationship with all our customers. Once we figure out the issue with your air conditioning system, we inform you in an honest and open manner. Whether you’d like an explanation of how your A/C system works or why a specific part needs to be replaced, we want you to be well-educated about the repairs your automobile needs. So we are here to answer any questions you may have.
Air Conditioning Repairs Performed with Quality Parts
From cabin air filters to condensers and evaporators, we always use OEM or high-grade aftermarket parts for your auto air conditioning repairs for superior longevity and filtering.
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Why Does My Automobile’s Air Conditioning Need Recharging?
If your vehicle’s air-conditioning system blows only warm air on hot days, it’s probably because it is low on refrigerant, and the most likely cause is a leak somewhere in the system. Though many vehicle owners think they need to recharge or “top off” their air-conditioning system with refrigerant on a regular basis, that’s not the case. If the AC stops working in your automobile (but the fan continues to blow warm air), a leak in a hose, connector or other part of the system is probably the culprit. During the winter, you may notice that the defroster isn’t clearing fogged up windows, and that also is a sign you have a leak. Most defrosters engage the AC to dehumidify the air. If there is a leak, the AC system on most modern vehicles is designed to shut down once the refrigerant level drops low enough in order to prevent damage to the air-conditioning compressor.
When is it time to add or replace the refrigerant? You could be proactive and have it done before you experience problems, but you shouldn’t need that more often than every few years at the most. If your automobile’s air conditioning is losing its potency, even after topping it off, then you probably have a leak. But if you stay as a cool as a cucumber on the hottest days, you could just leave well enough alone. The air conditioner obviously has enough refrigerant.