Heating & Air Conditioning Repair
When you need car air conditioning service and heating repair, bring your car to Virginia Tire & Auto and have one of our ASE Certified Mechanics inspect, diagnose and perform your auto air conditioning and heating service. Our expert technicians offer the best A/C repair and car heating services at the best prices.
Do I need car A/C repair?
If you turn on your car’s air conditioner and nothing happens, that’s a dead giveaway that you need car A/C repair.
There are other signs that indicate your car’s air conditioning system needs work. When something changes about your air conditioning, make note of what’s going on. Does it match any A/C issues listed below?
A/C Red Flags:
- Low or intermittent air pressure coming from the A/C vents
- Puddles of coolant around the vehicle
- Warm air instead of cool
- Unusual noises like rattling, banging or loud blowing
- Musty odors from the A/C
- Pools of water or the appearance of water stains inside the vehicle
If your car is pumping out warm air:
If your car’s A/C is producing warm air, we’ll ask you to come to a Virginia Tire & Auto location for an Evac and Recharge service. An expert mechanic will use a special machine to take the existing Freon out of your air conditioner and then refill the correct amount. We’ll also add a UV-reactive dye—this allows us to see if there are any leaks in what should be a closed AC system.
If there aren’t any leaks, a certified technician will refill the refrigerant and your car A/C repair will be complete.
If your car is producing no air at all:
If your car’s A/C is producing no air at all, there could be an issue with your blower motor, resistor, compressor or another mechanical or electrical component of your air conditioning system. A service professional will ask you to bring your car in for a full diagnostic check so our certified mechanics can make the right car A/C repair for you.
Virginia Tire & Auto A/C & Heater Repair Services
Visit Virginia Tire & Auto for car heating & air conditioning repairs including system evacuations and recharges, condensation drain clog removals and the repair and/or replacement of:
- A/C Compressors
- A/C Evaporators
- A/C Receiver Dryers
- Blower Motor Fans & Resistors
- Belts & Hoses
- Cabin Air Filters
- Heater Core
- Refrigerant (Freon)
Do I need car heater repair?
If you turn on your car’s heater on a chilly morning and your vehicle stubbornly refuses to warm up, then yes, you definitely need car heater repair.
Your car is heated by a small radiator in your engine called the heater core. Sometimes, the valve that controls the heater core gets stuck—and you’re stuck with a cold car. Fortunately, the expert mechanics at Virginia Tire & Auto can handle this car heating repair for you.
Other times, your car’s engine simply needs a coolant flush. Old coolant can get dirty and grimy! This car heater repair can be performed quickly and safely by our team of technicians at Virginia Tire & Auto.
Virginia Tire & Auto: Car Heating and Air Conditioning Repair Experts
The expert mechanics at Virginia Tire & Auto understand the various parts of your car’s complex heating and air conditioning system. One of our mechanics will inspect, diagnose and complete your car’s heating and air conditioning repair and service quickly and efficiently. We’ll make sure that your system is operating effectively and that you’re comfortable on the road, whether temperatures outside are hot or cold.
We service all major automotive brands.
We service all major automotive brands including Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, RAM, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.
We’re 100% committed to making sure you’re 100% satisfied. We’ve spent more than 40 years doing things the right way, and that’s why it’s part of our culture to make sure you’re in the most friendly, comfortable and honest environment possible. And it’s also why our warranty not only covers all our services but will also be honored at all our locations, too.
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