A/C System Failure Warning Signs

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With another hot Wisconsin summer on tap, right now is definitely the worst possible time for your vehicle to experience air conditioning system problems.

Your air conditioning system should be included as part of your regular preventative maintenance plan and inspected on a regular basis. If you notice any of the following issues with your a/c system between inspections, you should have a mechanic inspect it ASAP:

– The air being emitted isn’t as cold as it used to be
– A funny smell is coming from the vents
– The air conditioner’s drive belts, compressor, or blower are nosier than usual
– A rhythmic clicking noise is coming from under the hood when you turn on the a/c or defroster
– The defroster no longer defrosts the windshield effectively
– Water is resting on the floor of the passenger compartment
– The cooling fan keeps cycling on and off

If you want to avoid paying big bucks to fix your whole air conditioning unit, you must service it as you would any other part of your vehicle rather than waiting until it breaks or has problems. Luckily, the auto experts here at S&S Automotive can help you avoid expensive and uncomfortable breakdowns in your a/c system with an a/c inspection.

Be sure to give us a call at 262-968-3324 or click HERE to schedule an appointment if you’re concerned about your air condition system or any other component in your vehicle!

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