AC Repair and Preventative Maintenance
Your AC System is not just for cooling passengers, it also is essential to keeping your engine cool in the long, hot Texas summers. Like most systems in your vehicle, with a little preventative maintenance, your AC could remain relatively trouble-free for the life of your vehicle. By preventative maintenance, we mean annual visits to factory-trained technicians like our team at Lone Star Automotive. Our team performs the vital services to keep your AC running smoothly. We check the fluid levels and pressure to make sure it is effectively cooling your vehicle; we check the fluid lines for leaks or potential leaks; finally, we check and change air filters so they are not slowing airflow through your vehicle. Having regular appointments gives our technicians an opportunity to find any new maintenance issues and identify any problems that could come up in the future. Come by the shop today to have a look at the diagnostic equipment we use every day: 900 N Loop 250 W, Midland, TX 79703
Technicians with Experience in Customer Care
Since 2008, Lone Star Automotive has offered exceptional service as the only AAA approved shop in the area. We pride ourselves on our customer service. It begins the minute a customer walks through the door and extends even further with our 36-month/unlimited mileage warranty. We use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to make sure we get the repair done right the first time, but if we don’t, we fix it. Throughout your experience in our shop, we will keep you informed of what we find in your vehicle and make sure you know which services you need and which you don’t. Whether you need routine maintenance for your auto AC or more extensive repairs, we can get the job done. Call us today to speak to one of our factory-trained technicians: (432) 699-5700
Extra Tips for Keeping Cool
In addition to providing expert auto AC repair, we are happy to help you learn how to keep your AC running cold in between routine services. Unlike with heating, you don’t have to wait for your AC to cool down when you first get in your vehicle. Once you start driving, the AC compressor will be able to move more quickly and cool your air and your vehicle down faster. By setting your temperature as low as possible, you can prevent wasted energy, since your AC system won’t make an effort to reheat the air to a higher temperature. Also, don’t use the recirculation feature, especially if you have backseat passengers. This creates stagnant air. A clean air filter is also a crucial element in your car’s AC system, and fortunately, we will inspect that as part of a routine AC system check. Come see us in Midland today for more expert advice!