Most of us don’t even think about air conditioning in our car until the first hot day of the season. Often, we turn it on that first hot day, only to find warm air coming from the vents. Even worse, it’s probably a Saturday afternoon and you’re on way to a wedding or picking up friends for dinner.
Here’s my advice; while it’s still spring time, turn on the air conditioner in your car. Make sure cold air is coming from the vents, with no unusual noises or smell from the vents. If you suspect any problems call for an appointment.
Lastly, if your car is more than three years old, you should have an air conditioner performance test and visual inspection. Checking you’re A/C in the spring will save you time, money and aggravation.
Stay cool this summer!