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Many new vehicles are now equipped with air conditioning. Most people rely heavily on this feature every day during the hot summer months, though of late you may not have needed it as much as youwould've liked. Generally air conditioning units are reliable and are subject to few problems. However, that doesn't mean that there will never be problems, or that there won't come a time when yourvehicles air conditioning system requires some sort of service. It's no different in that respect to your vehicles engine; it will need to be serviced periodically in just the same way. Two commonissues seem to affect vehicles air conditioning systems more than others. Sometimes air conditioning systems will blow no cold air, or very little, and at other times, they may blow out too much.Both of these malfunctions are annoying but neither means that you've necessarily experienced a catastrophic air conditioning system failure. However, each of these problems will need to be addressedand corrected and the source of the fault will need to be traced. The air conditioning system in a vehicle is made up of six major components. These components are the compressor, the condenser, theevaporator, the receiver drier, the expansion valve, and, finally, the refrigerant itself. Knowing how all of these pieces interact with each other will help you to better understand your airconditioning system and any problems you might encounter. The compressor is probably the most important component and consequently it's also the most expensive. The compressor runs the entire airconditioning system and is driven by a belt attached to the engine. As it runs, the compressor injects cold vapours from the refrigerant into the condenser; the vapour is then converted into a liquidand then sent to the receiver drier. The receiver drier acts as a holding cell for the liquid refrigerant and removes excess moisture from the refrigerant. Liquid refrigerant is then pumped throughthe expansion valve where all of the pressure is removed. This allows the refrigerant to turn back into a vapour before it goes to the evaporator. The evaporator vaporises the refrigerant and absorbsall the heat from the vehicles passenger cabin. Once the heat is removed, the cold air is blown thorough the passenger compartment using a fan. If your vehicle's air conditioning system is blowingtoo much cold air, there is probably a blockage somewhere in the system that is forcing more air than normal out of all vents upstream from the blockage. An air conditioning system that is notblowing enough cold air usually has a leak somewhere in the system. Finding these defects quickly is critical to maintaining you vehicle's air conditioning system. The air conditioning systems usedinside most vehicles are very complex and are made up of a system of interconnected components. Because of this complexity, it can be quite costly to have it repaired. More often than not, it iseasier and less expensive to repair a vehicle's air conditioning system at the first sign of trouble rather than ignoring the problem and allowing it to degenerate into a much more costly repairlater on. If you want to ensure that your vehicle's air conditioning system is as safe and efficient as you'd like it to be, ensure you have it serviced regularly. Nobody wants to be inconveniencedby unexpected breakdowns, so make sure you head off any problems before they happen. ***Look after your vehicle and it will look after you***
Routine maintenance is important for every vehicle air conditioner for several reasons, including: • KEEPING IT COOL: There are a number of problems that can lead to an air conditioner not working aswell as it should. Before it becomes a problem these issues can usually be addressed through routine maintenance. That way you never miss a beat in the heat. • KEEPING IT CLEAN: When you have a cleanair conditioning unit you will help to keep it in good running order. Routine maintenance will keep the hoses and belt clean and running as they should. • KEEPING IT FROM GETTING WORSE: Routinemaintenance on your vehicle air conditioner will help us catch problems right away, rather than them compounding and getting worse. The sooner you can catch and fix a problem, the better off you willbe in the long run. • KEEPING UP THE VALUE: You paid additional money to have an air conditioner in your vehicle. The good news is that it will help keep the value of your vehicle up if you take careof it. Once you go to sell your vehicle it is a plus if you can demonstrate that you have had routine maintenance performed, including having it done on the air conditioner. • KEEPING YOUCOMFORTABLE: One of the best reasons to keep up on air conditioning maintenance is so that you can actually enjoy the cool air. Being able to beat the heat on a hot summer day is worth the little bitof effort it takes to keep your vehicle's air conditioner maintained. The good news is that routine maintenance and inspections on your vehicles air conditioner is as simple as giving Cool PowerPinetown a call. We can take care of all your air conditioning needs.
PREPARE YOUR AIRCON FOR SUMMER On the first really hot day of summer, the last thing you want is to flip the switch on your air conditioner only to find that it doesn't work. When an air conditionersits idle for months, collecting leaves and debris, a bit of maintenance is often needed to get it running properly. Now is the time to get your air conditioner working well. Call Cool Power Pinetownto have you're air conditioner serviced. SERVICE YOUR AIRCON FOR ONLY: R450 + VAT INCLUDES: - Full cleanup of unit - Gas system - Clean filters - Odour treatment - Clear water outlet - Test systemfor functioning - Labour