If the AC in your car is blowing hot air, there are a few different parts of your vehicle you’ll want to inspect. With this post and video, you’ll find out how to check your car, truck, or SUV’s air conditioning (AC) system for problems like the AC not blowing cold air, the AC blowing warm air, or it leaving you with a wet carpet.Read More
You might have problems with your car’s air conditioning (AC), like weak airflow or hot air blowing from the vents. You might also know of or suspect there’s a leak. Will adding more refrigerant to the system fix any problems? When should you recharge the AC? Find out answers to these questions and learn why recharging the AC system in your car by yourself isn’t a great idea.Read More
If you have a dirty cabin air filter, symptoms like a musty smell, AC or heating issues, or problems with air quality can happen. Find out how to tell if the cabin air filter in your vehicle is dirty, what the cabin air filter does, how to replace one yourself, and more with these tips.
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If in your car the AC stops blowing cold air, there could be a problem with the AC condenser. This is especially true if the car has been in a fender bender, as the condenser sits at the front of the vehicle and can be damaged easily. Find out how to tell if the AC condenser is bad yourself with the tips in this article and video if you’re having problems with the air conditioning (AC) in your car.Read More
If you notice your car stalls while driving, this article and video reviews some parts you can inspect to see what could be the cause. You could have an issue with the throttle body. While the throttle body usually turns on the check engine light if it has an issue, this isn’t always the case, and we’ll show you what to look for and what to do to tell if it’s making your engine stall.Read More