Get Your Car's AC Compressor Repaired
AA Affordable Auto Repair, Towing, and Locksmith
At AA Affordable Auto Repair, Towing, and Locksmith we know each component of your car's AC has a specific function. A cracked or damaged compressor can cause your car air conditioning to fail. Call today at 732-303-0175 and talk to one of our pro mechanics about repairing your car's AC compressor.Replacing Your Car's AC Compressor
At AA Affordable Auto Repair, Towing, and Locksmith we recommended that car owners replace the complete AC compressor assembly because the compressor replacement core operates under extreme physical pressure. The compressor is powered by a serpentine belt, which provides the energy needed to compress freon refrigerant to cool the car's cabin. Once compressed, the freon is in a volatile, high-pressure state. This pressure forces the liquid out of the compressor and through the cooling system.What To Expect When AA Affordable Auto Repair, Towing, and Locksmith In Freehold Replaces Your AC Compressor
- AA Affordable Auto Repair, Towing, and Locksmith uses AC compressors that are durability-tested for high heat conditions.
- We use a replacement kit assembly designed to meet or exceed OE function. It includes car AC compressor, accumulator and any needed expansion devices.
- We use kits with a "Rapid Seal" designed specifically for your compressor. AA Affordable Auto Repair, Towing, and Locksmith's pro mechanics know that even the smallest gaps can cause serious damage to your car's cooling system and engine.
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Very honest and hard working group of people. The owner is very much involved. I went in due to overheating of my car and they performed the check quickly and were honest and did not overcharge.
Billy Wall, 09/15/2021
Service was quick and they even took the time to walk me through the repaired parts. The price was affordable. Keep it up guys!
Lynda Allen, 09/14/2021
Exceptional work. Friendliest staff. Never been more confident each time I drive away. A cut above the rest.
Hattie Conner, 09/13/2021