Best 30 Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment Service And Repair in Sarasota, FL with Reviews -
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By: K K.
Suncoast Auto & Truck Repair
I've been using Jason's Mobile Service for over 10 yrs now, from back in the days when he was completely mobile, working out of his fully equipped van (which he still drives) and I got his name off of CL. I would use no other mechanic.On his first job he replaced a broken front axle in my driveway in a Sunday morning. That's the kind of guy he is.Since then he has kept my 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe running & up to par, even when my insurance co wanted to junk it after a front panel crash.His word is his contract, his rates affordable and his work guaranteed. I did some of my own work for many years and know Jason is like a dog with a bone when he's challenged with a repair that's not in the book. Recently I asked him if he thought I should get a newer car. His reply "What for? We've replaced or repaired most everything on it, it runs fine and is a sturdy vehicle. Why buy someone else's headache?"
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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