Summer is approaching fast and you may have noticed that your truck’s air conditioning isn’t quite as cold as it once was. Before the heat hits, make sure your air conditioning system is blowing nice and cold.
Whether your air conditioning isn’t quite as cold as it used to be or not working at all, here are a few reasons it might giving a less-than-optimal performance:
Probably not. Most A/C issues are fixed quickly with a refrigerant recharge but some involve more time-consuming repair or replacement work.
The average cost for an AC recharge is between $123 and $300.
The average cost for more in-depth repair and replacements is $488 but can raise to over $3,000 for more extensive issues.
*Figures are estimates only and do not include taxes and fees.
We are a small team of professionals (and diesel drivers ourselves) who are trained and ASE qualified. We treat every truck like our own and ensure that no truck leaves the shop until we’re happy with the work you’ve asked us to do.
We’re located in Abbotsford, BC near the Sumas border crossing. If you’d like to book an appointment, send us an email or give us a call.
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