CAR AC RECHARGE SERVICE
Car AC recharges are needed every so often to keep your auto air conditioning blowing cold. If you auto ac stopped blowing cold, you might need to get your Freon Recharged. Luckily, AZ Auto Air offers professional and affordable car ac recharge services to help your get your car’s air conditioning working properly again. We are located in Tempe, Arizona but also offer service to Phoenix and Chandler residents. Our hours of operation are 8AM to 5PM Mon – Fri. Bring your car, truck or SUV down to AZ Auto Air for the best car air conditioning recharge services!
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AC FREON RECHARGE SERVICES FOR CARS, TRUCKS AND SUVS
If you are in need of affrodable freon recharge services, look no further than AZ Auto Air. We provide car a/c evacuations and recharges on a daily basis. The auto ac recharge process includes removing the old Freon from the a/c system if it is bad and recharging the car’s A/C system with newer Freon. Should your air have been blowing warm before, the recharge should make it blow cold again. If your auto a/c system is still not blowing cold after recharging, there may be a problem the other components such as a/c compressor or refrigerant hose leak. Our auto evacuation and recharge service costs $89.95 for R134a recharges. We offer auto ac recharge services for the following types of refrigerant.
- R1234yf Freon Recharge
- R134a Freon Recharge
- R410A Freon Recharge
R1234yf REFRIGERANT IS HERE TO STAY!
Fiat Chyrsler, in 2014, started filling AC systems with r1234yf refrigerant and in that same year GM began using the same refrigerant in the Cadillac XTS. Since them, General Motors has gradually been switching over their entire line of automobiles to the R1234yf refrigerant. Now, all kinds of car manufacturers have started implementing the R1234yf refrigerant in their vehicles, including: BMW, GM, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Hyundai, Honda, Infiniti, Kia, Jeep and more.
By 2019 this type of refrigerant will be standard in all cars. R1234yf refrigerant is very expensive and hardly any auto repair shops in the area offer it besides us. For example: One of our recent customers came in stating that his dealership wanted to charge him $1,400 to recharge R1234yf refrigerant.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO RECHARGE CAR AC?
According to Bridwell Automotive Center, the average cost to recharge a car’s ac system is about $235. Costs ranged from $183 – $281 in 2018. The cost of R1234A refrigerant is $30 per pound. R1234YF & R12 Freon Cost Is Based on Current Market Prices. *This is not an actual estimate for your car. Get a specific quote for your vehicle by getting in contact with us. View more information about our car ac recharge cost.
WHY IS MY CAR STILL BLOWING HOT AFTER FREON RECHARGE?
The most common causes of your car a/c still blowing hot after a freon recharge is most likely due to a bad car ac compressor, your blend air door is likely stuck or you are leaking coolant.