Auto repair ac repair services

A/C Services

Auto AC Service and Repair

Dependable Automotive A/C Service and Repair From the professionals at Cliff’s Auto Repair. If you’ve ever had a climate control problem in your car or truck, you know how uncomfortable driving can become—especially in the warmer Texas months. If your AC system isn’t giving you the relief you need, then we certainly invite you to contact our experienced Automotive A/C Service and Repair professionals at Cliff’s Auto Repair today for service.

If your Automotive A/C isn’t working, there could be a number of different causes. Therefore our ASE-certified technician is ready to diagnose the problem and offer you viable options for repairs or replacement.
At Cliff’s Auto Repair, we use the latest diagnostic technologies to get to the bottom of our customers’ automotive a/c problems and as a result we are able to offer reliable, cost-effective solutions for your A/C problems.  If your car isn’t getting as cool as it should, or if you’ve noticed a strange smell or a leak, we certainly invite you to call our experienced team of professionals today.

Common vehicle AC problems include:

  • Clogged or leaking condenser
  • Improper refrigerant level
  • Refrigerant cross-contamination
  • Unresponsive pressure switches
  • Damaged compressor
  • Broken belt
  • Clutch issues
  • Moisture and debris
  • Leaks
  • A/C control head malfunctions

Think your auto AC is in danger of failing? Here are a few things to be aware of:
  • Sound – If your auto AC is making strange noises – either through the vents or under the hood – your air conditioning could be failing.
  • Smell – If your car has taken on an unexplained odor, it could be more than just day old fast food in the back seat – your evaporator could have bacteria / fungal buildup, or you could be leaking freon from the system.
  • Feel – If your AC is blowing out inconsistent temperatures that vary wildly and fluctuate, you might have ice accumulating in your AC, or there could be bigger problems with your compressor, or other components in the system.