Auto air conditioning tips you need to know

by Peter Bravo Online Marketing

The auto air conditioning system of cars is undoubtedly one of humanity's greatest innovations. The cool air from the air conditioner delivers rapid relief from the oppressive heat during the summer. Your car's air conditioner is, without a doubt, one of the most vital elements. A properly operating air conditioner not only keeps you comfortable on hot days, but also enables you to roll up those windows and be separated from the dust, dirt, and commotion that has become typical with traveling these days. Here are some suggestions for maintaining your air conditioner in top shape.


Refrigerant level

The air that passes out of your vehicle's ventilation system is cooled with the help of an in-built refrigerant inside your car. To keep your car's air conditioning system running effectively and maintain a cool temperature within the cabin at all times, you must keep an eye on the level of refrigerant in the system. Make sure to bring this to your mechanic's attention so they can check the refrigerant level in your car's air conditioner, as this isn't usually part of your car's routine maintenance schedule.


Prevent overworking

It is natural that your car's interior will be hot in summer if it's been out in the sun or parked for an extended period of time in the sun. Open the window completely, crank up the manual air conditioner to its highest setting, then drive for a few kilometres until you notice cool air streaming through the AC vents. Roll up the windows and activate the recirculation mode once the AC system has started circulating cool air. This will ensure the AC system's efficiency and prevent the system from being overworked.


Clean your air filter

Ascertain that your filter is in good working order. Examine your cabin air filter for cleanliness the next time you have a chance. Airflow is hampered by a clogged filter. These filters are pretty straightforward to inspect in newer cars; if you notice a lot of dirt on them, it's time to replace them. If you remove the filter yourself, you will save money. The filter is located behind the glove compartment in many current vehicles.



Defrost your A/C at least once a week.

Weekly, turn on defrost function on the coldest level and the highest fan speed for at least 10 minutes. This keeps your compressor functioning smoothly, keeps the moisture out, and avoids mildew.

This includes using your air conditioner in the winter to eliminate moisture and it also enables you to defog your windshield.



Machines are built in such a way that they work optimally when serviced on a regular basis. The same may be said for your car's air conditioning system. Take your car in for an air conditioning service before the summer months begin to avoid long lines at the service shop and to save money on upkeep. You may be familiar with the paradox of "more demand, greater prices." Therefore, keep these tips in mind to keep your car's AC system in top condition. 

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