Auto AC Repair & Service In Fresno, CA

A properly working auto AC system is not something you can do without in California, especially during the hotter summer months. If your fan is louder than usual, your windows fog up when the defroster is on, or your vehicle overheats when the A/C is on, there may be something wrong with your heating and A/C system.

To receive the best car AC repair in Fresno and surrounding areas, bring your vehicle into Goodguys Tires & Auto Repair and allow our experienced AC professionals to work on it for you.

From the system’s electronic components to the proper disposal of old refrigerant, our ASE-certified technicians have experience in all aspects of auto AC and heating repair and service. We can inspect the entire system for leaks and any other indications of trouble, diagnose exactly what service is needed, and provide you with honest and professional auto air conditioning service.

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Top-Quality Vehicle AC Services

At Goodguys Tires & Auto Repair, our technicians use the latest diagnostic and repair equipment to provide the services you need, including:

  • In-depth AC and heating system inspections
  • AC system leak repair
  • Car air conditioning repair (AC compressor replacement, belt replacement, etc.)
  • AC recharge service

Not only are we committed to providing auto AC repair you can trust, but it is also our mission to help make your service as affordable as possible. Make sure you check out our specials page for the latest deals to help you save even more.

Stay Cool With Regular AC Maintenance

Without regular maintenance your vehicle’s AC system loses about five percent of its original efficiency each year. Don’t wait until your AC is blowing warm air. Keep it in optimal condition by scheduling regular maintenance service at Goodguys. Check your vehicle’s owner’s manual for the manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedule. If you still have questions, our technicians will be glad to help you determine the best service routine.

car ac rechargeAC Recharge Services

If you noticed that your AC system isn’t cooling properly or the refrigerant is low, it may be time for a car ac recharge service. This periodic maintenance service involves adding new refrigerant to the system, which allows it to run optimally and blow cold air again.

During an AC recharge service, our technicians will first check your vehicle’s AC system for leaks or damages that should be repaired first. If no issues are found, we will evacuate the existing refrigerant. Then, we’ll recharge it with the appropriate refrigerant for your vehicle and vacuum-test the AC system. With the proper amount of refrigerant that is free of contaminants, your AC will be able to run properly and effectively.

Air Conditioning/In-Cabin Filter Replacement

Your vehicle’s air conditioning/in-cabin filter has a direct effect on your AC system’s performance. If this filter is clogged, the blower motor has to overwork, which can cause it to overheat and even fail prematurely. Plus, impeded airflow means you’ll have to turn your AC up higher, which negatively impacts your fuel economy.

Bring Your Vehicle to the Local Car Heating & AC Experts 

You can trust the expert technicians at Goodguys to provide top-quality car AC and heating repair and service, as well as any other auto service needs you may have. We proudly meet the needs of drivers in Fresno and the surrounding area.

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Frequently Asked Questions

One clear indication that your vehicle’s AC system needs to be serviced is if it has stopped blowing cold air. But there are a few other red flags that you should also be aware of such as:

Unusual noises: If your AC starts to make rattling, clicking, or other strange noises, it could be a simple fix like removing a twig caught in the system. But it may also indicate a problem with the condenser. This is why it’s important to get any odd sounds checked out as soon as you can.

Strange smells: A properly working AC system will not have a strange odor. So, if you do notice a musty smell, the system may not be draining properly. When this happens, mold or mildew can grow in your AC system, which can be dangerous for those with allergies, asthma, and other respiratory issues.

Dampness within the interior: Your vehicle’s AC system also works as a dehumidifier, pulling moisture out of the air and draining it outside of your car. This explains why when the car is running, you may see water dripping from underneath the vehicle if the AC is on while you are parked. But if the water drainage is blocked, the moisture has nowhere to go except back up into the vehicle. This can also cause mold and mildew to form inside the system.

If you are experiencing any of these things above, schedule an appointment with our AC repair specialists at Goodguys Tires & Auto Repair today.

One of the most important components of your vehicle’s AC system is the AC compressor. This part is responsible for keeping the refrigerant flowing and properly pressurizing the whole system, allowing it to run properly.

But, the AC compressor can begin to wear out and not work as effectively without you even realizing that something is wrong. The temperature inside your vehicle can begin to steadily get warmer before you notice. Then, all of a sudden, the AC may stop blowing out cold air. By that point, it’s usually better to just replace the AC compressor. Some other signs that the compressor is going bad may include loud squeals and/or grinding noises when the AC is running.

Bring your vehicle to your closest Goodguys location and we can inspect your AC system, including the compressor, and recommend the best solution for any issues.

Because your vehicle’s AC system is gauged by its performance, there’s no set service schedule recommendation. If you’ve noticed new noises or the system is not blowing cold air anymore, it’s time to bring your vehicle in so our technicians can check for leaks and check your refrigerant level. There’s a chance that your system needs an AC recharge service to add more refrigerant, or that the compressor needs to be replaced.

When you do not have a set maintenance schedule for the AC system, it’s important to be mindful of the interior temperature and any new noises or odors. If you notice anything unusual, bring your vehicle in right away. Whatever AC system service you may need, our experts at Goodguys can help.

Technically, yes. DIY car AC recharge kits are available at many auto parts stores. But, there are critical variations in every vehicle’s AC system that those kits don’t always take into account. Different vehicles require varying amounts of refrigerant and overcharging the system can cause further damage. A recharge is a job that may sound easy, but can cause more costly problems if it isn’t done properly. Plus, some DIY recharge kits contain substances that can clog the compressor, pump, and other parts of the system.

An AC recharge service is a job that should be left up to professional technicians, like the ones you’ll find here at Goodguys Tires & Auto Repair. Also, keep in mind that work done by an ASE-certified mechanic will protect your vehicle’s warranty coverage. You don’t want to void your own warranty by trying to service your AC system yourself.

So, if your system needs to be serviced, schedule an appointment today at your closest Goodguys location to get the proper maintenance or repairs your vehicle needs.