How Air Conditioning Works
No one likes to deal with the unnecessary auto repair. So, how does your Air Conditioning work when it’s the hot month of August when you’re driving? Your vehicle’s auto air conditioning system cools and conditions the air in your car’s cabin. A/C makes the environment pleasant while you are traveling around scenic Reno. It also simultaneously does this while removing moisture from the air to keep your windows from fogging up.
A typical A/C auto repair problem for Reno drivers that visit Wayne’s Automotive Center is contaminated refrigerant (the gas that cools the air). The inside of the A/C hoses deteriorates over time and tiny fragments of rubber clog passages. Clogged passages make the system less efficient and overwork various components.
Leaks can develop at seals and gaskets and may reduce the amount of refrigerant, causing the system to work too hard to compensate. Dirty components can have the same consequences. Whether it’s Hot August Nights or Hot August Days, you don’t want to be sweating to the oldies in during summertime. While we have pleasant temperatures in Reno and Sparks most of the year, the summers can be quite toasty. Having an inefficient air conditioning system is a problem worth avoiding. Having your system checked doesn’t mean a costly auto repair.
Ask your Wayne’s Automotive Center service advisor for an air conditioning system inspection to make sure everything is up to spec.