Questions to ask Vic’s Automotive About Auto Air Conditioning Repair Service

Vic's Auto Air Conditioning Repair Service
Mechanic pumps freon into the car air conditioning system. Conditioner inspection in auto-service

Why is my car AC not blowing cold air?

You may be asking yourself this question if your car air conditioning stops blowing cold air. There is not just one  simple answer. There might be multiple answers to this question. These are a few possibilities:

These include: Low Refrigerant: Low refrigerant will prevent your air conditioner from operating (the clutch won’t kick in and make the compressor cycle if the amount of pressure in the system is off). This is actually the single most common problem for an AC not to blow cold. … The same is true for your car’s AC system.

How much does it cost to get your AC recharged?

For most cars, the cost of an AC recharge will be about $200 but can go as high as $280. It’s a simple procedure, but it can take a while to check everything out and ensure that there is no further damage, so expect to pay about $120 for the labor costs.

How much does it cost to replace car AC compressor?

The cost of an AC compressor unit can range from $195 to $736 for the part itself, while the cost for parts and labor can be between $376 to $986. This will depend on the model of car and how much work is involved in the repair, with some units being substantially more difficult to replace than others.

We suggest that you contact Vic’s Automotive for availability and pricing as these are industry quotes. Also these questions and answers are made possible by Google Search.

To contact Vic’s Automotive for auto air conditioning repair services call 405-448-8293 or you can visit us on the web at

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