When you flip on the air conditioning, is it ready to generate cool air when you need it most? Escape hot air blowing into the cabin on your way to work or special occasion with an A/C recharge service by a certified technician using high-tech air conditioning recharge equipment. If you have noticed that the air conditioning is not generating cold air or you simply want to know that it is at peak performance, we invite you to Westbury Toyota for an A/C performance check and recharge service as needed.
If you notice any of the warning signs of low refrigerant, your Toyota will need an A/C performance check and recharge service:
Getting an annual A/C performance check is an excellent idea if you want an artic breeze to enter the cabin on the first summer scorcher. Knowing that the refrigerant is low can be detected with a performance inspection whereby a certified technician uses factory charts and air temperature testing instruments to confirm poor performance. If your A/C is not cooling air at specifications, it will need to be recharged to restore reliable performance.
Automotive air conditioning systems rely on the same basic components as the refrigerator inside your kitchen or the air conditioning unit cooling your home – they rely on a compressor, lines, radiator, and refrigerant to cool ambient air. The problem is – the refrigerant is prone to leak from worn connections or damaged components. Even the smallest crack can allow refrigerant to escape. When refrigerant is found below specifications, it will need to be recharged; but first –we will pressurize the system to ensure it is sealed and will contain the fresh refrigerant installed properly.
Recharging the Toyota air conditioning system at Westbury Toyota begins with a certified technician hooking up the A/C unit to our high-tech air conditioning service equipment. The equipment pressurizes the system and tests for refrigerant leaks. If the system is closed and the refrigerant is low, we will install Toyota authorized refrigerant to restore specifications. If a component needs repairs, we will repair it before pressurizing the system to factory specifications.Service Department