Air Conditioning and Vehicle Heating Services

Need air conditioning service in a hurry? Trust the team at Mathis Tire & Auto for fast A/C repair.

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Properly functioning air conditioning in your vehicle is easy to take for granted, until that extremely hot day, when the system fails. Before an air conditioning system fails, there are often warning signs or symptoms to alert the vehicle owner.

Symptoms your car may need air conditioning service:

  • Vehicle will not cool to set temperature
  • Fan/blower does not work or is louder than usual
  • A/C or engine makes loud noises when A/C is used
  • Vehicle stalls or idles roughly when A/C is used
  • When using A/C vehicle runs hot
  • Water leakage inside the vehicle

Our expert technicians will:

  • Take pressure readings
  • Test for leakage
  • Test outlet temperature
  • Inspect components and observe performance
  • Check hoses, belts, and connections
  • Evacuate and recharge refrigerant

Vehicle Heating Problems?

Did you know many vehicles have new systems that use Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) systems to regulate the heating and cooling of your car for year round comfort? Most of these systems require their own computer built in creating more complex array of internal and external sensors which can increase the odds of something going wrong.

Mathis Tire & Auto in Memphis, TN services automatic temperature control (ATC) systems to keep you comfortable no matter how cold or hot is may be outside! Whether it is an issue stemming from your blend door actuator also called a temperature door or your overall climate control system we are here to help!

If you detect air or heating problems in your vehicle call Mathis Tire & Auto in Memphis, TN 901-767-9054.

If your air conditioning is showing symptoms of problems, we can help. Contact us today to set an appointment.

How often does my vehicle’s air conditioner need to be recharged?

The necessary frequency of air conditioning recharges depends on the amount of refrigerant required and whether the system leaks. A car air conditioner can lose 1-2 ounces of refrigerant per year. The type of vehicle also makes a difference Compact cars may require 10 ounces, while an SUV may need 40 ounces. Typically, you do not need to worry about recharging you’re A/C until it stops working.

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