Today’s temperature control systems are “light-years” ahead of the systems found on automobiles just a decade old. Modern systems coordinate with the other systems of your car to increase both engine efficiency and cooling effectiveness. As a result, proper diagnosis and repair of your vehicle’s climate control systems require a specially trained expert.
Due to environmental legislation, the days of picking up a small can of refrigerant and topping off your vehicle’s air conditioning system are over. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency requires anyone handling refrigerant gases to be licensed and certified.
Your vehicle’s thermostat and heating system components are not as easy to replace as they once were. In some cases many of the components of your vehicle must be removed or shifted in order to just “get” to the faulty components. The amount of time and agrivation saved by having a trained professional perform the work is well worth the expense.