Spring Break is here!

Spring break is finally here, and many people are hitting the road for some much-needed rest and relaxation. However, before you set off on your adventure, it’s important to make sure that your vehicle’s air conditioning system is working properly. Over time, your AC system can lose its charge of refrigerant, or freon, which can cause it to blow warm air or stop working altogether. That’s why we recommend having your AC system checked and recharged with freon before you hit the road this spring break.

At our repair shop, we offer comprehensive AC system services to keep your vehicle cool and comfortable during your travels. Our experienced technicians can inspect your AC system for signs of wear or damage and recharge your system with the right amount of freon to keep it working properly. We use only high-quality freon to ensure that your AC system operates at peak efficiency.

If your AC system is blowing warm air or not working at all, it’s a sign that your system may need to be recharged with freon. Other signs of a low freon charge include reduced airflow or a hissing sound coming from your AC system. It’s important to have your AC system checked and recharged with freon as soon as possible to avoid further damage to your AC system or your vehicle’s engine.

In addition to recharging your AC system, our technicians can also inspect your AC compressor, condenser, and other components to ensure that they are working properly. We can also replace any worn or damaged parts to keep your AC system running smoothly.

Don’t let a malfunctioning AC system ruin your spring break adventure. Bring your vehicle to our repair shop for a comprehensive AC system service today. We are committed to keeping you and your vehicle safe on the road, and we look forward to serving you soon!

Call today and schedule an appointment at West Highlands Auto Repair (303)433-9233 or Schedule online at www.westhighlandsauto.com


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