Stay Frosty with our $49.95 plus tax Air Condition performance inspection now on until July 31st, regularly priced at $119.95plus tax.

Our trusty climate control system works wonders on keeping you cool during the summer months in Orangeville.

But when it breaks, conditions quickly heat up and  stale air pours through your vents.

When this happens, our expert technicians recomend taking your car to a trusted service advisor at Quick Lane Tire and Auto Centre Orangeville , as any number of issues could be to blame.

 We should never assume warm air from the vents automatically means the system is low on refrigerant,

A blown fuse or issues with the compressor could also be to blame, he said. Moisture within the system can corrode pipes, creating extensive damage and rotting the system from the inside out.

Quick Lane Orangeville service technicians will  check the fluid pressure, duct temperature and cooling fan operation while also inspecting for any leaks.

Of course, auto parts stores sell cans of air conditioning refrigerant, but our technician advises against the do-it-yourself route when dealing with such  complex system's found in todays vehicles.

The do-it-yourself may end up missing the source of the problem and create more expensive repairs down the line, If refrigerant has leaked, there’s a good possibility air and moisture  entered the system.”

Quick Lane Orangeville now offering a Air conditioning performance inspection for only $49.95+tax

  • Look for clogs in vents that may impede airflow.
  • Check all fan settings. Do you notice any cool air when the adjusting temperature?
  • Look for damaged hoses or a blown fuse. This is a simple and inexpensive fix.
  • Ask your service advisor to inspect the vehicle’s air conditioning compressor. Components of the climate control system may need to be replaced.
  • Hot air from the a/c does NOT always mean “add refrigerant.” It could be a blown fuse--or something entirely different. Point is, trusting a trained expert to diagnose and address the issue remains a far better investment than buying a can of refrigerant at the store and hoping for the