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Automotive Air Conditioning Repair in Temecula, Murrieta. Wait until Summer?

No matter what vehicle you drive, when certain things break, you have to make a decision.  Should I get it fixed now, later or never?  Air conditioning is one of those things.  You can certainly live without air conditioning, but it sure is nice to have on a sweltering day. Let's say your air conditioning breaks in the fall and you live in a climate where it gets quite cold in the winter.  Should you get it fixed now, wait until spring since it won't get warm until then or maybe not get it fixed at all? That can be a tough decision.  There are several reasons air conditioning in vehicles break.  One is fairly simple: It could be an electrical problem, perhaps a relay or solenoid is not turning on the system.  It's also a fairly inexpensive repair and doesn't require hours of labor. Or, the problem is that the coolant has leaked out.  Your service facility can find the leak and replace the parts that are leaking.  With a re ... read more

Volvo Air Conditioning | A/C Stops and Blows Hot after 15 Minutes, Volvo Air Conditioning | A/C Service and Repair Specialists in Temecula, Murrieta, Winchester, Fallbrook and the entire Inland Empire

Volvo Air Conditioning | A/C Stops and Blows Hot after 15 Minutes, Volvo Air Conditioning | A/C Service and Repair Specialists in Temecula, Murrieta, Winchester, Fallbrook and the entire Inland Empire

If you have a late model Volvo and the Air Conditioning goes from ice cold to hot after driving for about 15 minutes. Then if the vehicle is allowed to cool off, the A/C goes back to cold again, we have your solution. On many late model Volvo's the Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch starts to fail after getting hot. To remedy this problem you have to replace the A/C Compressor with an updated unit, which include an update clutch assembly. We also recommend replacing the Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch Relay at the same time, because it may have been taxed during the clutch failure and is no longer reliable. This is not a "do-it-yourself" type job, unless you have an Air Conditioning Machine that can evacuate the Freon from the ... read more

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