Air Conditioning Services

AC Service and Repair at Sheeder’s Auto Works

Licensed and Certified Vehicle Air Conditioning Specialists

Is your car’s air conditioner blowing warm air? This is likely a sign that your AC system requires attention. Aside from keeping you cool and comfortable in hot weather, using your vehicle’s air conditioning system instead of driving with open windows actually decreases drag and improves fuel economy on the highway. If you are experiencing decreased performance from your air conditioning system, contact the licensed and certified air conditioning specialists at Sheeder’s Auto Works for AC service and repair.

Recharge AC System, Leak Repair, and Vacuum Testing

We offer complete auto AC service, including:

  • Vacuum Testing
  • Recharge AC System
  • Top Off Coolant
  • Troubleshooting
  • Leak Correction
  • Repair
  • Component Replacement

AC Testing, Leak and Crack Inspection

We will inspect the AC compressor and other visible components for leaks, cracks or other signs of damage. If no damage is found, we will thoroughly examine all of your air conditioning system components until we are able locate and repair the source of the problem. Issues may involve the compressor pump, condenser, thermal expansion valve/orifice tube, evaporator, accumulator or receiver/dryer, and other components such as belts.

What is the Most Common Cause of AC Blowing Warm or Hot Air?

The most common cause of poor AC performance is low refrigerant. Since the system is closed, the issue is typically a leak. These can be extremely tiny and difficult to locate. If your AC is blowing warm or hot air or your heater is not blowing heated air properly, our experienced technicians will locate the problem fast and get you back on the road with instant comfort at your fingertips.

Please note that air conditioning services should only be performed by properly qualified and equipped service technicians. Contact the licensed, certified AC specialists at Sheeder’s Auto Works for all your auto air conditioning needs: (814) 448-3455.