Best 30 Auto Ac Repair in Gilbert, Arizona with Reviews - YP.com

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05/10/2015
By: Lisa T.
Mike's Complete Auto Service
I've know Mike for several years and there is no one that will do a better job than him. He use to work for Choice Transmission and was their Master Mechanic. He did their technical and complicated work, worked long hours, and basically ran their garage since the owner was frequently gone. I told him several times he should quit working there and open his own garage so that all the work he did wood go into his pocket and not Choice's. He finally left there and now has his own garage. So if you want your work done right the first time, don't want to leave like your wallet was just molested, and want an honest (yes, honest) mechanic, because he has a family too, then this is the place to go. And, you can take your car here and leave with it knowing you're driving away safely. He will not create "problems" just to generate more money to be spent on your car. He's not going to work on your car for nothing because he had bills to pay and a family to take care of. However, he will give you a better price than anyone else. Mike and his wife, Tica,who is a sweetheart, will take care of you and your car.
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02/07/2015
By: Bethany M.
Mike's Complete Auto Service
A local part store referred me to Mike's Complete Auto Service after I was jerked around by 3 other mechanic shops. I had multiple leaks in my car that 3 other shops said they could not fix. When I got to Mike's Complete and explained my very frustrating situation with my car Mike (owner) assured me everything would be ok. I was offered a free diagnosis and Mike said once he had a answer he would go over the estimate personally with me. While I was waiting for my diagnosis the 2 women in the front made me feel extremely welcomed there and we lost track of time as we were all 3 talking away. The 2 women in the office were absolutely amazing, friendly and outgoing. Mike came in after diagnosis and said he could fix my car, gave me estimate and I gave them my business. I got a free amazing ride home from the owners wife while my car was being fixed. Next day I picked up my car and leaks completely gone and never returned. Mike's complete will forever have my business as they are very professional, friendly and actually fixed my car.
10/08/2014
By: window-painter051962
Mike's Complete Auto Service
I was very impressed with the staff at Mike's. From the friendly lady at the counter to Mike himself who went above and beyond what I had brought my truck in for. I needed an oil change and rear brakes. The service was done fast and at a fair price. We chatted a little bit after the job was done. I really felt like my business was truly appreciated there. I will be back and will be telling my family and friends about the great experience that I had. Keep up the good work.
01/19/2015
By: M A.
Mike's Complete Auto Service
Mike's Complete Auto did a fantastic job on our car's repair. We were expecting about $2,000 but were surprised at the low cost, professional service, and quick repair. The owner even offered to give me ride back home after dropping off the car. This business is both personal and professional. Mike's has all my future business.
Tips & Advices
Your car's AC may emit a bad odor due to a dirty filter. The unpleasant smell may also be caused by mold or mildew growth within the AC's evaporator. These problems can eventually cause clogged lines or parts failure, and it's important to get them taken care of quickly to avoid increasing the cost of your repair bill.
Weak air flow is common sign indicating a problem with a car's AC. If a car's AC needs repair, you may also experience warm air blowing from the vents. There might also be a foul smell coming from the  AC vents, and the AC system might make unusual noises when it's running.
Replacing a condenser in a car's AC typically costs between $570-$830. Labor costs for this service usually average $280-$350, while parts can cost $290-$470. If a car's AC condenser needs repair or replacement, you may experience warm air blowing from the AC vents.
On average, it costs $200-$280 to recharge a car's AC. Labor costs for this service can run $120-$150, while parts can cost $80-$120. Before recharging the system, the technician will typically check a car's AC for leaky seals and perform replacements, if necessary.
For effective functioning, a car's AC needs ample refrigerant, and, if levels run low, a vehicle's refrigerant will need to be replenished. This process usually involves evacuating all the old refrigerant and replacing it with fresh fluid, and the replacement aspect of this process is known as recharging. Cars use only a small amount of refrigerant each year, so a vehicle's AC may never need to be recharged. However, if there's a leak in a car's AC system, a recharge will be necessary.

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