Don’t get stuck in a hot car this summer. Prep your car for a cold flowing A/C now.
Phoenix is no stranger to hot summer weather. Temperatures can easily soar into the 90s, with the average highs for June, July and August reaching 104-106 degrees! With this kind of heat, it’s hard to imagine running outside. Just like you don’t like to run for long periods of time in the dead of summer, neither does your car.
Your vehicle already generates a lot of heat with all of its moving parts, so when temperatures soar it can become detrimentally hot. If you think you’re the only thing in your automobile that relies on the air conditioning, think again. Your car needs a properly working cooling system to keep its parts at a reasonable temperature in order to operate!
Your car’s AC isn’t just to keep you cool – your car needs it too!
While your car’s air conditioning is important to keep you cool while driving in the summer, it’s also necessary to keep your car cool. The engine of an average four-cylinder car produces around 4,000 explosions per minute to propel you forward. These explosions emit high temperatures, which, even without the stifling Arizona heat, can be extremely dangerous.
Your car relies on its cooling system to remove some of this heat in order for the automobile to continue operating. Liquid coolant circulates through the engine and then out the radiator where it sucks in the outside air through the grill to cool itself. Anti-freeze then travels through passages in the engine to the radiator where it is cooled, before heading back into the engine. This circulatory system makes it possible for your vehicle to operate in Phoenix’s summer heat, so it’s important that you keep up with your car’s AC repair and maintenance services.
Automotive AC repair and maintenance is vital.
In order for your vehicle’s cooling system to continue to operate properly, it needs some auto AC repair and maintenance from time to time. It’s important to have a trusted mechanic check your vehicle’s coolant periodically. The more you drive, the more this liquid encounters, causing it to become corrosive. If not changed regularly, corrosive coolant can cause leaks in your cooling system, which can lead to overheating. We recommend having your cooling system flushed every 24,000 miles. It’s a good idea to refer to your car, truck or SUVs owner’s manual to see exactly what your vehicle’s manufacturer recommends, but keeping up with your automobile’s regularly scheduled maintenance services will save you a lot of time and money down the road.
Before head out on your summer road trip this year, make sure that your car is just as prepared to handle the high temperatures as you are!
All Valley NARPRO.com (Neighborhood Auto Repair Professional) shops are offering a FREE A/C check now through May 31, 2020.
Your NARPRO shop will check the following for Free on your vehicle’s air conditioner:
Test system temperature drop (ambient condenser vs vent temperature) blower operation, mode door operation, belt condition and tightness, compressor clutch operation, inspect lines, and fittings for signs of leakage.
NOTE: Does not include system pressure tests or refrigerant.
No purchase necessary. You must call to schedule your A/C check and mention the FREE A/C check.
To find the nearest NARPRO shop location, go here.
NARPRO (Neighborhood Auto Repair Professionals): NARPRO only recommends independent, family-owned, full-service auto repair shops that have passed 26 rigorous tests and believe in supporting our communities. Visit NARPRO.com to find recommended shops near your work or home.