H & I Automotive, a local business, provides professional, comprehensive automotive repair services. This includes everything from diagnostics to under-car service, alignments, brakes to engine & transmission swaps and all other engine maintenance. Transmission services include 4x4 services, heating and cooling, electric services, oil changes, and domestic & imported cars & trucks.
H&I Automotive offers comprehensive auto care. Midas Automotive is close by and available to assist you whether you need a routine oil change or factory recommended maintenance. H&I technicians have the knowledge and experience to fix any type of brake system, whether it is the brake pedal, hydraulic brake fluid or brake master cylinder. Oil is the lifeblood for your engine. It reduces friction, wear and provides lubrication. Without the cleansing action of new oil carbon and varnish buildup could be harmful to the engine.
Mold and other debris could build up in the core of the evaporator, causing a blockage of airflow. Loss of air pressure might also indicate a problem with the blower motor, or in the evaporator. It is important to maintain your car's air conditioning system to keep you and your family cool in the heat. The maintenance service for your A/C can also help you avoid costly mechanical problems in the future. In the example of a low refrigerant level, your A/C compressor could not receive enough cooling and lubrication. This can lead to severe damage to your AC system.
The signs of a blocked air filter are reduced airflow and less defrosting functionality. In addition to causing dust, pollen, or other pollutants inside, a clogged air filter can also cause a reduction in cabin airflow. The condenser sits behind the car's grille. Dirt and road debris can cause condenser efficiency to decrease.
You are now up to speed with the on-board diagnostics system. It would appear that the O2 sensor and airflow sensors, the electric load detector, alternator circuit, and the evaporative emissions control system have all given up on working. Perhaps it is simpler. Some Honda Civics may have all the above DTCs set by a bad terminal connection or an improperly connected part of their under-dash fuse/relaybox.
If hot air is coming from your AC, it could indicate a serious problem. Water gets in your A/C through the combination of refrigerant and heat. This acid can cause severe damage to your system. Rubber seals can be destroyed by acid, which prevents the refrigerant leakage. Refrigerant that leaks can damage rubber seals and reduce cooling power.
Easy to do, replacing a cabin air filter can be completed in less than 30 minutes. If you read these simple instructions online, it is possible to do it yourself. Before you begin the task, be sure everything is in order. Test the filter once you have completed your task. If the filter does not work, call an automotive service technician.