Your car is an important part of your life. It takes you where you want to go. Most of us use our car at least several times a day. We use it through the snow and heat. Thankfully, most cars have heating and ac to deal with such conditions.
However, sometimes your car’s AC may stop working and only blow hot air. This is the last thing you want in the dead of summer. One option is taking the car into an auto ac repair service. However, you could also attempt to fix it yourself. In this video, you will learn about how to fix one of the most common AC problems.
First, open up the hood of your car. You then want to use an AC gauge to determine the root of the problem. such gauges are inexpensive. You can stick it on the low side pressure fitting. If the gauge reads zero, this means that there is a refrigerant leak somewhere. To locate the leak, you can use ultraviolet leak dye. Let the system run for a few minutes and then wait ten minutes. Now you can use the ultraviolet light to find the leak.