- Your Car is Leaking Refrigerant
A refrigerant leak happens any time the air conditioner is turned on. Because of this, it's difficult to pinpoint where the leak is coming from. Leaks in air conditioning are usually found in the hose connections. You or an A/C technician can use a sealant to close the leak.
- The Condenser is Blocked
If road debris blocks your condenser, then your A/C cannot cool the Refrigerant. Thus, your car's system should remain operating with an overheated refrigerant. In turn, this situation causes the air conditioner to only emit hot air.
- The Condenser is Broken
If there isn't any debris blocking the condenser, it may be broken. There may be a puncture from road debris through the grill of your vehicle or equipment failure. It causes your condenser to break. Replace your condenser right away if you notice noticeable punctures in it.
- Electrical Problems or Issues
You should first inspect all of the wirings to ensure no wires are broken or frayed. If damaged wires are seen, they should be immediately fixed. Use electrical tape or replace it. If you're not an expert in detecting electrical issues, take your A/C to an experienced professional.
- Faulty Cooling Fans
If fans of your A/C are not working right, the condenser may not get appropriate cooling. This is one of the causes of your car emitting hot air. Road debris may produce cracks in the fan. So, replacement is the only resolution to this problem. Other problems cooling fans encounter are blown fuses.
A defective air conditioner can cause people to suffer from heatstroke if the weather is really hot. Take good care of your health. Ensure that your car's air conditioner is working before going on a trip in your vehicle.
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