Auto AC Repair in Catonsville, MD
Quality and Affordable AC Repair — Auto Clinic of Maryland
There is nothing worse on a cold, snowy day in Maryland than turning on the heater and nothing blows out. Or if we are in the middle of a heatwave, and your AC is broken. At Auto Clinic of Maryland, we know how important it is to keep your AC working. Our shop in Catonsville, Maryland, is ready to handle all types of AC Repair. Our AC repair specialists will have the air flowing in your vehicle in no time.
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late
The AC system is a complex machine that keeps us comfortable. At the first sign of trouble, call and schedule an appointment with us at (410) 788-3838. You can also do this online. You can find Auto Clinic of Maryland in Catonsville conveniently located at 6013 Baltimore National Pike.
What’s the Problem?
A car’s AC can have a string of issues. One of the most common problems that affects cooling is leaking refrigerant. A leak where the Freon is stored will cause the AC to blow warm air instead of cold. Additionally, if the Freon is low, you will not get the maximum cooling from your system. We are fully qualified to fix leaks as well as refill the Freon in your car.
When there is no air at all coming from vents, there are four main culprits. The first could be a blocked air intake, where debris from the road and trees can clog the system. It is usually a simple fix as our technicians will remove the junk clogging your intake system. Another cause for air not coming out of the vents is a damaged hose or belt. Many vehicles have a complex system of hoses and belts operating the AC system. If one of these parts gets damaged, your AC system will barely operate. If a fuse is blown, or the relay system is bad, it can prevent air from blowing into the cabin. Both of these issues interrupt the flow of electricity to the AC system. The last culprit is a broken or damaged blower. If these parts are damaged, then you will not have air blowing into your car. We will find the most affordable and reliable parts to fix these problems.
Have you turned on your AC, and it smells like a smelly shower? If so, you could have mildew growing in your AC system. Damp and heat can affect the internal workings of your AC system without you knowing it. Bacteria, mold, and fungi like the conditions inspire your car cabin to grow. Air filters are also prone to growing these icky lifeforms. The repair specialists at Auto Clinic in Maryland will replace the filter and apply an anti-mold solution to the affected surfaces.
There are some noises that a car should not make, and your AC system can make a few if there is a problem. It could be a grinding or whirring sound, or it might be a high-pitched whining sound. Don’t try to diagnose the problem yourself. Bring it into our shop so we can find out what is causing the problem. A puddle of water in your floorboards also indicates a serious AC problem. Bacteria can cause a slimy build-up on the evaporator coil and clogs the drain hose. The water has nowhere else to go except your floorboards. Prevent further damage to your car by bringing it to us. We will immediately remedy the problem with our expert repair.