Austin's Tire and Auto For AC Evaporator Repair
Austin's Tire and Auto
Moisture is the enemy of your car's air conditioning system. The evaporator is your AC system's front line of defense against unwanted moisture. Replacing a car AC evaporator is not an easy job and should only be attempted by the pro mechanics at Austin's Tire and Auto in Wilmington.
Replacing the entire evaporator assembly will save time and money down the road. Accessing your car's AC evaporator is easy because it is mounted inside the cabin of your vehicle. In fact, you can access your evaporator through your car's glove box. However, the lines going to and from the evaporator run throughout your air conditioning system and replacing them requires the disassembly of the engine bay.
Trust Austin's Tire and Auto in Wilmington To Replace Your Car's Evaporator
- Get AC unit full seal testing
- Identify and repair internal corrosion issues.
- Find troublesome micro cracks and leaks in the evaporator core
- Pressurize and calibrate the AC system to manufacture standards
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Great, friendly service. My car needed service. I called, and they squeezed me in within the hour. Nice to have a service station you can call and have reliable work done.
These guys are the best! Our a/c went out. 95 degrees, black car, black leather interior, an oven on wheels. Had to get it fixed, had it looked at by several shops. They all wanted at least $1000 to do the work. Austin's did the work for FAR less and even deducted the cost of the original visit to find the problem. Brought it in at 8am and picked it up the same day. So happy with their work, and highly recommend them to anyone with car issues. You can count on honest and quality. Can say enough good things about the guys.
Here on vacation from Ohio and started having car problems. Took it to Ronnie, he checked everything out and made the necessary repairs for a more than fair price. I kind of expected to be treated like a tourist but it was more like going to my regular mechanic at home. Thank you Ronnie!