Last Updated on November 4, 2022 by SogouAuto
1. Check the Coolant Level Regularly
The coolant level in your car’s AC system should be checked at least once a year. To do this, simply locate the coolant reservoir (it will usually have a yellow cap) and check the level of the fluid inside. If it’s low, add more until it reaches the “full” line on the reservoir.
2. Replace the Air Filter Regularly
Your car’s AC system has an air filter that helps trap dirt, dust, and other airborne contaminants before they can enter the cabin of your car. This filter needs to be replaced every 15,000 miles or so; otherwise, it will get clogged and impede the flow of air through the system.
3. Have the System Serviced Professionally Every Two Years
Even if you follow all of the above tips religiously, it’s still a good idea to have your car’s AC system serviced by a professional every two years. During this service, they’ll inspect all of the major components of the system and recharge it with fresh coolant if necessary. This will help ensure that your AC is always blowing cold air when you need it most.