Car air conditioning problems can be difficult to diagnose without the right tools and expertise. If you suspect there is an issue with your car’s AC, it is best to take it to a professional vehicle technician who has the experience and tools necessary to accurately assess and repair the problem.
Common car AC problems include low refrigerant levels, blocked condenser or evaporator coils, a faulty compressor and damaged wiring or hoses. To identify the root cause of the problem, technicians will typically start by checking for any possible leaks.
They will also check for proper refrigerant levels and inspect the compressor and other components for signs of wear and damage. If necessary, they may also conduct a dye test to reveal any hidden leaks that cannot be seen on the surface.