Car AC Repair Las Vegas

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Come to the experts at Tire Works for special savings! Our A/C Service Special includes:

  • Compressor check
  • Condenser cleaning
  • Performance test
  • Leak check
  • Belt and hose connection check
  • Complete evacuation and recharge available

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Keep cool with regular A/C maintenance.

Without regular maintenance, your vehicle’s air conditioner can lose about five percent of its original efficiency every year. Don’t wait until your A/C starts blowing warm air—make sure your A/C stays in top condition with service from our factory-trained A/C professionals.

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Trust our ASE-certified technicians for award-winning service and complete car care. We’re open six days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for your convenience.

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We understand how imperative it is that your vehicle is in proper working order. Because of this, we are introducing a new program designed with your security in mind.

The Tire Works Delivery Program is a no-cost concierge service to help you eliminate unnecessary trips outside your home. We will pick up your car from your location (within three miles of Tire Works) and return it to you free of charge after services have been completed.

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Our expert Tire Works technicians will sanitize all contact points on your vehicle before returning it to you.

Your peace of mind is as important to us as it is to you. We promise to continue to do everything in our power to eliminate uncertainties and make your life easier. We hope that the Tire Works Delivery Program demonstrates our commitment to you, ensuring that you can safely be on the road when you need to be.

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Tire Works is a top choice for tire services and repairs including tire rotations and wheel balancing. Our ASE-certified technicians use state-of-the-art tire equipment to efficiently and safely repair or replace your tires at a reasonable price. From road-force balancers, computerized alignment machines and procedures developed by the Rubber Manufacturers Association, there is no better place to get your tires serviced. We can help you with the following services:

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Nevada summers are brutally hot, and these days can seem longer when your air conditioner is blowing hot air or not working at all. Drivers in the Las Vegas Valley should know that without regular maintenance, an air conditioner loses about 5% of its original efficiency per year. This means that without proper maintenance, your air conditioning unit may be performing as poorly as other models that are years older. The good news is that you can still recover most of that lost efficiency with a car air conditioning service.

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Contact our factory-trained professionals for a car air conditioning service. We understand all aspects of AC repair and service, from modern computerized components to environmental disposal concerns. Today’s AC systems are fairly complex, and new improvements are always being initiated. That’s why you should to turn to us, the qualified source for everything related to your air conditioning system.

The Components of Your AC System

The following is a brief schematic of some of the basic components that comprise this system:

Compressor

The compressor is a belt-driven device that derives its name from its ability to compress refrigerant gas and transfer it into the condenser. While acting as a simple pump, the compressor is the core of your vehicle’s air-conditioning system. 

Condenser

The condenser’s primary function is to cool the refrigerant. It is a heat-dissipating apparatus that radiates heat released by compressed gases and condenses them into high-pressure liquids. The location of your condenser depends on how new your car is, but it’s typically found at the front of the vehicle, directly in front of the engine-cooling radiator.

Receiver (Drier)

The receiver is a metal container that serves as a storage receptacle for the refrigerant. It’s also referred to as a drier because it absorbs moisture from the refrigerant and filters out particles of debris and harmful acids that would otherwise harm your AC system. Commonly located on the liquid line of the AC system, your drier should be changed every 3-4 years to ensure quality filtration and prevent any damage caused by these detrimental chemicals.

Orifice Tube/Expansion Valve

The orifice tube (also known as the expansion valve) is a controlling mechanism that regulates the flow of refrigerant throughout the system. In addition to this, it also converts high-pressure liquid refrigerant (from the condenser) into a low-pressure liquid, so that it can enter the evaporator. Generally located at the evaporator inlet, the orifice tube could also be found between the condenser and the evaporator or in the outlet of the condenser. 

Evaporator

The evaporator is designed to remove heat from the inside of your vehicle; therefore, it is a heat exchanger that is vital to your vehicle’s A/C system (not to mention your comfort). The evaporator allows the refrigerant to absorb heat, causing it to boil and change into a vapor. When this occurs, the vapor is removed from the evaporator by the compressor, cooling your car and reducing humidity. Because the evaporator houses the most refrigerant in this heat transfer process, it is the most susceptible to corrosion by harmful acids. Usually this damages the evaporator beyond repair, which is why it is imperative that you see us to prevent this from happening.

To ensure that your A/C is running at maximum efficiency when you need it most, take advantage of our car air conditioning service. Schedule an appointment at one of our 15 locations today. Your vehicle will thank you later!

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Frequently Asked Questions

In addition to an AC system that’s blowing warm air, you may notice unusual noises, strange odors, and dampness inside the vehicle. These clues can indicate it’s time for car AC repair:

  • Unusual or new noises: If your AC begins to click, rattle, or make noises that sound new or different, there may be a simple cause. You may have debris such as twigs or leaves caught in the AC system. But a noise might also mean the condenser needs attention, so get any odd sounds checked out quickly.
  • Dampness inside the car: Your auto air conditioning system acts as a dehumidifier and is designed to take moisture out of the air and drain it outside of your car. This is why you see moisture dripping from the underside of your car after you have parked and the AC is running. But if the water flow to the outside gets blocked, there is nowhere for that moisture to go except back up into the car. This can lead to mildew and mold forming inside the system, and that is unhealthy for you and your passengers.
  • Odors: A properly working AC system should not smell. But if you do notice a smell, it might mean the system isn’t draining properly. This allows mildew or mold to grow in your AC system and this can be dangerous for those with allergies, asthma, or other chronic respiratory issues.

If you’ve experienced any of these signs, book an appointment with our specialists at Tire Works for auto air conditioning service today. 

Everyone likes to save money, but today’s car AC systems are more complex than in the past, with computer-driven climate control. Some car AC repair also requires specialized tools and a do-it-yourself repair may make the problem worse if the wrong tool is used. 

At Tire Works, our technicians have the tools and training to evaluate all the components in the system and make accurate diagnoses. Keep in mind that some DIY repairs will void your car’s warranty, too. You are not required to go to the dealership for car ac repair. The technicians at your nearest Tire Works location can provide the same, if not better, level of service you’ll find at the dealership. 

Work done by any ASE-certified mechanic will protect the coverage you get from your warranty so schedule an appointment for maintenance or repair of your car’s AC system at Tire Works.

The technicians at your nearest Tire Works will check your car’s AC system thoroughly to make sure no problems are lurking. It’s best to be proactive, especially before the hot summer months here in Las Vegas.  If your system is blowing warm or hot air, is noisy, or emits any odors, let our technicians take a look. They are trained on all car AC systems and have the proper tools to do the necessary auto air conditioning service and any repairs that you may need.

Our AC inspection includes:

  • Compressor check
  • Condenser cleaning
  • Performance test
  • Leak check
  • Belt and hose connection check
  • Complete evacuation and recharge available

Schedule an appointment online today for AC services at your nearest Tire Works location.

The AC compressor is probably the most important part of your car’s AC system. It is responsible for pressurizing the AC system and keeping the refrigerant flowing so that it can work properly.

This critical part of the system may begin to wear out without you even knowing something is wrong. The temperature in the car can get steadily warmer before you realize it. Then you notice the air conditioner isn’t blowing cold at all but by that point, it’s often better to replace the AC compressor completely. Some other signs are loud squeals and grinding noises when the compressor is running. 

Your Tire Works technician can inspect your AC system to identify the problem and recommend the best solution. Contact the location that’s most convenient to your home or workplace or schedule an appointment online.

The AC system is one that is assessed by its performance; there is no recommended service schedule. If the vents are not blowing cold or you hear new noises, it’s time to have our technicians check your refrigerant level and inspect for leaks. They may find that your system needs an AC recharge with more refrigerant or the compressor may need to be replaced. Whatever it is, your car AC repair is safe with Tire Works.

Since there isn’t a schedule to servicing your AC system, it’s important to stay alert to noises, odors, and the interior temperature. Have your car checked out right away if you notice anything out of the ordinary. 

There are DIY car AC recharge kits available, but there are variations in every vehicle’s AC system that are important. Different cars hold a different amount of refrigerant and overcharging the system will damage it further. This is one of those jobs that sounds easy but can end up causing more problems if it’s not done correctly.  Plus, some DIY AC recharge kits contain substances that can clog up the pump, compressor, hoses, and other parts of the system. 

Come into your nearest Tire Works location to have a certified technician determine why things aren’t working as they should. Schedule your appointment today. 

Freon has become a term used for many different coolants. At one time, R-12 Freon was used in car air conditioners but the EPA banned it as harmful to the environment. Today’s refrigerants all work to prevent overheating but are safer and cleaner.

Keep in mind that Freon is toxic and contact with it should be avoided, so the handling and disposal of Freon must be done properly following EPA rules.

Yes! There is a filter that eliminates contaminants in the interior cabin of your car. This is the one that affects the car AC system. It keeps dirt, dust, and pollen from cycling through the AC system into the passenger compartment. 

Over time, the filter becomes contaminated and loses its effectiveness. If the car AC filter becomes clogged, the entire system works harder, eventually leading to your AC’s motor possibly burning up. Refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual or schedule an appointment at Tire Works to have your AC system inspected. Preventative maintenance on the AC system and its filter will save you money from further costly car AC repair.

Check our coupons page for savings on AC system inspections and more to help save you money. 

For unexpected repair expenses, we have partnered with Credit First National Association (CFNA) to offer the Tire Works VIP Credit Card. This card provides you a dedicated credit line for your vehicle, along with exclusive benefits such as low monthly payments and no annual fee.  Get the peace of mind to handle emergency repairs and routine service.

Tire Works also offers easy financing for people with less-than-stellar credit. Snap is a great way to purchase tires or take care of auto repairs even if you have no credit. It’s not a traditional loan, but a consumer lease that spreads your purchase over 12 months of easy payments.

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