AC & Climate Control

Driving becomes a lot less fun when your vehicle’s AC isn’t working right. If your AC isn’t working as well as you are accustomed to, turn to AutoZone’s helpful AC repair articles to learn how air conditioning works, common problems for the system, how to diagnose air conditioning systems, and how to fix your AC.

Learn to Work on Auto Air Conditioning Systems

Your air conditioning system is constantly converting refrigerant from a liquid to a cold mist to a hot gas back into a liquid again. It does this over and over. When your car’s air conditioning system breaks down, this refrigerant leaks out, which is harmful to both the environment and your car. When you work on an air conditioning system, it’s important to do the complete job to prevent future A/C troubles. These guides will help you understand the components that get replaced when repairing a failed air conditioning system, as well as help to explain how all the individual components in the system work together to deliver cold air to you and your passengers.

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Get the Right Tools to Fix the Complete AC System

If you’re starting a do-it-yourself air conditioning job, it’s a good idea to take a look at the whole system.