Chandlers Auto Air Conditioning Service

There are several components that make up your A/C system. These components are connected by tubes and hoses to form a continuous path with two distinct sections: a high-pressure side and a low-pressure side. In order to transfer heat from the vehicle's interior to the outside air, a chemical refrigerant is circulated throughout the system. Most new vehicles use an R134a refrigerant, and some older vehicles use an R12 refrigerant. Here at Chandler's we have the state of the art equipment and certified technicians to service all you're A/C service needs.

What's included in our A/C Service

  • Compressor check
  • Clean and check condenser
  • Performance test
  • Check for visual signs of leaks
  • Tighten belts & hose connections
  • Complete evacuation & recharge available
  • R12 & R134a systems

Warning Signs

  • Blowing warm air or not as cold as it used to be
  • No air comes from vents from A/C is turned on
  • A/C or engine makes loud noises when the A/C is turned on
  • Vehicle stalls or idles roughly when A/C is turned on
  • Vehicle runs hot or overheats when A/C is on
  • Unusual odors come from air vents