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09Sep

  Did you know today, Tuesday, September 14, 2010 is the 40th anniversary of the United States Clean Air Act?  Section 608 and Section 609 which regulate stationary and mobile…

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09Sep

All hoses used with mobile A/C system service equipment must be equipped with shut-off valves.

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08Aug

Is this blog obsessed with cabin air filters?
No, we just want to show you what used mobile A/C and engine cooling parts look like.

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08Aug

Motor vehicle air conditioning systems can release refrigerant into the atmosphere in a number of ways.

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08Aug

  Whenever you hear the term refrigerant contamination the first thing you probably think of is mixed refrigerants. However, the most prevalent contaminant, particularly in recycled refrigerant, is air. What…

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08Aug

If your car’s A/C system is not cooling you off in a reasonable time frame to make you happy, take it to your service professional for an A/C check-up. Here’s what he or she will look at:

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08Aug

No one is particularly patient when it comes to passenger compartment cool down in hot weather. We’re all impatient in today’s society. We want it now! So, when the inside of our car is hot we are also cranky.

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08Aug

Extreme heat is still gripping much of the United States and summer long-distance travel is still on many people’s agenda. In order to make it through the rest of this record breaking hot summer make sure to have your service professional check your engine cooling system belts and hoses.
The cooling system hoses and belts can deteriorate over a period of time. The

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08Aug

Over the last few years, due to trends in styling, many newer cars do not have conventional grills up front. Very often, a closed panel resides, or the hood extends down to where a grill would have been. But all vehicles still depend on air passing through the radiator to provide engine cooling, and also for A/C system operation.

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08Aug

Many vehicles now have electric cooling fans that do not operate until necessary, when the engine coolant temperature climbs above a certain point.

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