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Gillingham

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Air Conditioning

 

The ability to reduce the in-car temperature to a comfortable level on exceedingly hot days, without having a seventy mile an hour winds hitting you and being unable to hear the radio or your passengers because of the wind-noise, is just one of many benefits of having a properly working air conditioning system in your vehicle.

 

Your car air conditioning system can lose up to 15% of it’s refrigerant every year, so for example a three year old car may have lost almost half of it’s air conditioning refrigerant, which can seriously impacting on the performance of the system and damaging the components involved in an air conditioning unit. You should also regularly have your car air conditioning system serviced to reduce wear and tear on each of the components and help avoid potentially big repair bills.

 

Turn the air conditioning on, ensuring that it’s not set to ‘economy’ mode. When you first get into your hot car, open the windows and ensure that the air vents are set to face level. Remember cold air falls and hot air rises. Turn the temperature to as low as it will go, and the blower as high as possible. When the temperature becomes more comfortable, close the windows and increase the temperature of your air conditioning to a more suitable level as well as decreasing the blower speed. You should also point the air vents upwards to ensuring the cold air flows down again.

 

 

Air-con recharge £49.99 inc vat plus pollen/cabin filter if needed

Detect a leak £24.95 inc vat

 

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