Garber Service: Car Heat & A/C
A/C and Heat Service
A/C and Heat Repair & Service Near Me in Highland
Whether you’re fighting the frigid Midwest winter or a sweltering hot summer, you rely on your vehicle’s climate-control system to keep you comfortable. If part of this system fails, it can lead to miserable driving conditions for you and your passengers. Don’t try to convince yourself to live with the uncomfortable temperatures. Instead, bring your vehicle into Garber Chevrolet Highland and let our experienced service technicians fix it for you.
Your vehicle’s heating and cooling system is composed of many components that work together to keep the cabin at your desired temperature. Any one of these parts malfunctioning could lead to problems with the vehicle’s climate controls. Our ASE-certified service technicians can identify any clogged valves, leaky hoses, and faulty fuses that may affect the overall air-flow quality.
Most vehicle’s won’t provide any warning if the climate-control system is beginning to fail, so it’s best to get it checked out as soon as you notice an issue. If left unattended for too long, the seals and hoses can begin to crack, which can cause moisture to enter the system and cause even more expensive damage to the overall system.
Don’t suffer through another road trip without adequate heating and cooling. If you suspect there's an issue with your vehicle's heating or cooling system, bring it into Garber Chevrolet Highland to have it looked at. Click the button below to schedule your service appointment today!
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE
Need help getting to work or back home? We have a complimentary shuttle service for you.
Hear from other service customers.
Heating and Cooling FAQ's
- Clogged Valves – If the valves are clogged, this could prevent refrigerant from being delivered properly.
- Faulty Fuses – If a fuse is not working, essential air conditioning components may not be getting enough power.
- Malfunctioning Compressor Clutch – If the clutch is not interacting properly with the compressor, then the correct pressure cannot be maintained within the system. As a result, the air that enters the vehicle’s cabin will be warm.
- Leaks – In the air conditioning system, leaks can be brought on by a multitude of reasons. The consequence will always be the same – an air conditioning system that fails to keep you cool.
As your vehicle ages, the seals, hoses, and other components of your air conditioning system will lose their effectiveness. As the parts age, moisture can enter the system and create even larger problems, such as breaking down the refrigerant – a key component of the air conditioning system.
- Mold – As gross as it sounds, mold may be forming in your vents and restricting the level of airflow.
- Loose Parts – A loose hose could be allowing air to escape, making the air flow weaker.
- Fan Failure – A ventilation fan failing could lead to poor air flow.
- Ineffective Seals – If a seal is no longer fully effective, it can wreak havoc on the entire air conditioning system.