The air conditioning may not be essential in driving your car, but the AC does more than keep you cool in the humid St. Louis summers. Did you know that the Air Conditioning system plays a role in helping dehumidify and defrost your car in the winter months too? If you are starting to notice excess moisture on your windshield, or your AC is just not blowing as cold. Then it may be time to visit Lou Fusz Toyota Service Center in St. Louis for an air conditioning service. While you are getting your air conditioning serviced, it's a great time to get your cabin air filter replaced and get a multi-point inspection completed.
When you get your AC serviced regularly, you will never be left out in the heat of the summer. Your car air conditioning system makes driving your car comfortable throughout the year. If you are driving around St. Louis and you notice any of the following issues, it might be time to stop by your Toyota Repair Center in St. Louis:
Your Toyota owner's manual won't include air conditioning service in the maintenance schedule since it is not essential to the drivability of your vehicle. However, you should consider getting your air conditioning serviced by a certified service technician at least once a year. Getting your AC unit looked at once a year will give you the advantage and ahead of any major AC maintenance issues. The components of the air conditioning unit in your vehicle are not the easiest to access. So, letting a minor issue go can quickly turn into a very costly fix. When you bring your Toyota in for an oil and fluid change in the Spring is a perfect and convenient time to get your air conditioner in your vehicle serviced.
|The air conditioner in your Toyota helps defrost and defog your windows in the cooler months. Without a properly functioning air conditioner, you are risking your safety by driving with foggy or frosted windows.|
|We would recommend not using your air conditioning until you can get your vehicle in for service. The air conditioning system is sensitive. If a component is not working properly, it could cause further damage to the system.|
|Unfortunately, yes, it could be. The only way to know for sure is to bring it in to be inspected by one of our certified technicians.|