Air Conditioning Repair & Service

Expert Air Conditioning Repair and Service

Beat the Lafayette Heat with AAMCO's Car AC Repair Services!

Is your car AC blowing lukewarm air instead of the refreshing coolness you crave? Don’t sweat it – AAMCO Lafayette, IN is here to help! We’re your one-stop shop for all things car AC repair, ensuring you stay comfortable on even the hottest Hoosier days.

Why Choose AAMCO Lafayette for Car AC Repair?

  • Expert AC Technicians: Our certified mechanics are trained to diagnose and repair all types of car AC problems, from minor leaks to complex system failures.
  • Advanced Diagnostics: We use cutting-edge technology to pinpoint the exact issue with your car AC, ensuring efficient repairs.
  • Quality Parts & Warranty: We use only the highest quality parts backed by a nationwide warranty for your peace of mind.
  • Honest & Transparent Service: We’ll clearly explain the problem and all available repair options, so you can make informed decisions.
  • Convenient Service: Schedule your appointment online, drop off your car, and relax – we’ll handle the rest.

Air conditioning repair may be necessary when you experience any of the following signs:

  • Weak Airflow: If the airflow from the vents feels weak, it could indicate issues with the blower motor, cabin air filter, or ductwork. Reduced airflow can also be caused by a failing compressor or refrigerant leak.
  • Warm Air Blowing: If the air blowing from the vents is warmer than usual, it may indicate a lack of refrigerant or a problem with the compressor. Low refrigerant levels can result from leaks in the system, while compressor issues can prevent the proper circulation of refrigerant.
  • Strange Odors: Unusual odors emanating from the vents, such as a musty or moldy smell, could indicate mold or bacteria growth in the A/C system. This can occur if moisture accumulates in the system, often due to clogged drains or a dirty evaporator coil.
  • Noisy Operation: Excessive noise coming from the A/C system, such as squealing, grinding, or rattling sounds, may indicate worn or damaged components. This could include a failing compressor, worn-out belts, or loose components within the system.
  • Water Leakage Inside the Vehicle: Water pooling on the floorboards or carpeting inside the vehicle could be a sign of a clogged condensate drain. The condensate drain allows moisture produced by the A/C system to drain away from the vehicle. A clog in the drain line can lead to water accumulation inside the vehicle.
  • Frequent Cycling On and Off: If the A/C system frequently cycles on and off, it may indicate issues with the compressor clutch, refrigerant levels, or pressure sensors. This can result in inconsistent cooling performance and increased wear on A/C components.
  • Ice Formation on Components: Ice formation on A/C components, such as the evaporator coil or refrigerant lines, indicates a problem with refrigerant flow or airflow. This can be caused by issues such as low refrigerant levels, restricted airflow, or a malfunctioning expansion valve.

Don’t Let a Faulty AC Ruin Your Summer!

Schedule your car AC repair appointment with AAMCO Lafayette today! We’ll get you back on the road, feeling cool and comfortable in no time. Call us or schedule online!

Schedule an Appointment

Please note that all appointments scheduled online are drop-off appointments. If you need a same-day or rush appointment within 24 hours, please call us.

Air conditioning repair services

Trust our team to provide reliable and efficient general air conditioning repair services, ensuring you stay cool and comfortable on the road. Schedule your appointment today and experience the difference!

AC Inspection & Diagnosis

Service: Comprehensive diagnosis and troubleshooting involve inspecting the entire A/C system to identify the root cause of the problem accurately. This may include checking refrigerant levels, inspecting components for leaks or damage, testing electrical connections, and performing system pressure tests.

When to Use: Diagnosis and troubleshooting are necessary when you experience symptoms such as weak airflow, warm air blowing from the vents, strange odors, noisy operation, or other A/C-related issues. By identifying the underlying issue, technicians can recommend the appropriate repairs to restore proper cooling performance.

General Air Conditioning Repair

Service: Our general A/C repair service offers a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and resolving issues. Our skilled technicians tackle common problems and perform necessary repairs to restore your system’s functionality and efficiency.

When to Use: Ideal for symptoms like weak airflow, warm air from vents, odors, or noise issues. Thorough diagnostics pinpoint the root cause, allowing us to recommend the right repairs to get your A/C back on track. Schedule now for reliable, efficient service!

Refrigerant Recharge

Service: A refrigerant recharge involves adding refrigerant to the A/C system to restore proper cooling performance. This may be necessary if the refrigerant level is low due to leaks or normal wear and tear.

When to Use: Refrigerant recharge is recommended when you notice that the air blowing from the vents is warmer than usual, indicating low refrigerant levels. It’s essential to address low refrigerant levels promptly to prevent damage to A/C components and ensure efficient cooling.

Evaporator Coil Replacement

Service: The evaporator coil is responsible for absorbing heat from the air inside the vehicle, allowing the A/C system to produce cool air. If the evaporator coil becomes damaged or develops leaks, it may need to be replaced.

When to Use: Evaporator coil replacement may be necessary if you notice reduced cooling performance, ice formation on A/C components, or water leakage inside the vehicle. Leaking evaporator coils can result in refrigerant loss and inefficient cooling.

Leak Detection and Repair

Service: Leak detection and repair involve locating and repairing leaks in the A/C system to prevent refrigerant loss and restore proper cooling performance. This may involve using leak detection tools, UV dye, or pressure testing to identify leaks and repairing them with appropriate seals or components.

When to Use: Leak detection and repair are necessary if you notice symptoms such as reduced cooling performance, warm air blowing from the vents, or ice formation on A/C components. Refrigerant leaks can lead to inefficient cooling and damage to A/C components if left unaddressed.

Compressor Replacement

Service: The compressor is the heart of the A/C system, responsible for pressurizing and circulating refrigerant. If the compressor fails or becomes damaged, it may need to be replaced to restore proper A/C function.

When to Use: Compressor replacement may be necessary if you experience symptoms such as noisy operation, weak airflow, warm air blowing from the vents, or visible damage to the compressor. A failing compressor can result in reduced cooling performance or complete A/C system failure.

Air Conditioning Repair FAQ

Signs include weak airflow, warm air blowing from vents, unusual odors, noise during operation, or visible leaks. If you notice any of these symptoms, it's time to have your A/C system inspected.

A/C system malfunctions can be caused by various factors, including refrigerant leaks, compressor failures, electrical issues, or component wear and tear over time.

Brake pads wear out over time due to friction and heat generated during braking. Factors that can accelerate brake pad wear include aggressive driving habits, frequent stop-and-go traffic, driving in hilly or mountainous terrain, and towing heavy loads. Regular maintenance and proper driving techniques can help prolong the life of your brake pads.

While some minor A/C repairs can be done DIY, it's generally recommended to leave complex repairs to professionals. Improper repairs can cause further damage and may void warranties.

The duration of repairs depends on the complexity of the issue and availability of parts. Minor repairs may be completed within a few hours, while major repairs could take longer. You can always ask our team what the expected repair time is. 

Yes, refrigerant levels can deplete over time due to leaks or evaporation. Regular refrigerant recharge helps maintain proper A/C system function and cooling performance.