Air Conditioner is Blowing Hot

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Find out repairs required for this symptom pertaining to your car's specific model and model year.

Top 5 Repairs

Charge HVAC System

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is the climate control technology for maintaining pleasant ambient comfort for the occupants inside the cabin of a vehicle.

Evacuate HVAC System

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is the climate control technology for maintaining pleasant ambient comfort for the occupants inside the cabin of a vehicle.

Replace A/C Compressor

"The air conditioning compressor moves refrigerant fluid under pressure between the ourside and inside of a vehicle. The refigerant acts to transfer heat from the inside of the passenger compartment to the outside, in order to provide cooling climate control for the vehicle occupants."

Replace A/C Condenser

"The condenser is a part of a vehicle air conditioning system. Refrigerant gas is used by modern vehicle air conditoning systems. Hot, compressed refrigerant gas vapor is is condensed by routing it through a condenser, usually in front of the car's radiator. Here the refrigerant gas is cooled by air flowing across the condenser coils (originating from the vehicle's movement or from a fan, often the same fan of the cooling radiator if the condenser is mounted on it, automatically turned on when the vehicle is stationary or moving at low speeds) and condensed into a liquid. The condensing cools the gas vapors, thereby transfering heat from the refrigerant to the environment outside the vehicle."

Replace Air Conditioner Fluid

"Air conditioning in vehicles helps maintain a comfortable environment for the occupants. To do so, it may need to heat or cool the vehicle interior, which is done by having air blowing air from pipes that are hot (to heat) or cold (to cool) the interior. The pipes usually contain a special fluid, the air conditioner fluid, that helps transfer heat from or to the vehicle exterior, by circulating within the air conditioning system."