We offer an A/C recharge service according to Honda certified service standards, including a certified technician performing a special service protocol using our computerized refrigerant charging station. Our charging station is fully automated and will test the system and install the precise amount of refrigerant needed to restore factory specifications and frigid air blowing out of the vents. If your Honda’s A/C is not blowing out cold air, we invite you to bring your vehicle to Honda of Murfreesboro for a quick and convenient A/C recharge service.
Just like most air conditioning systems, your Honda’s A/C unit relies on a pressurized refrigerant to cool ambient air. The system must remain closed to keep the air-cooling refrigerant within. If a worn seal or damaged component allows the refrigerant to escape, you will know when the air conditioner blows out hot air.
We cannot stress enough how this is a bad idea for multiple reasons. First, there are different refrigerants needed for different Honda models. If the wrong refrigerant is used, it can cause serious damage. Second, multiple pressurized ports make this a service best left to professionals that know what they are doing as a mistake might not only cause damage but can cause injury. Third, recharge kits have analog pressure readings that cannot determine if the refrigerant was added to capacity. We have a high-tech computerized recharging station that measures the pressure and the quantity to restore specifications.
A certified technician will mount the refrigerant recharging station to your vehicle’s air conditioner. The A/C will be pressurized and will install the right amount of refrigerant to specifications. Because leaks often cause low refrigerant, the certified technician will inspect the system to find the culprit. Repairs can be made as needed to components to close the system before installing fresh refrigerant to the specified capacity. A performance test to end the service will confirm the result – cold air blowing from the vents.
Driving on a hot day inside a sweltering cabin is not only seriously uncomfortable but can be dangerous if the heat is excessive. No matter if today is hot or cold, you will want an air conditioning unit ready to blow out frigid air as needed when the cabin gets hot. Bring your vehicle to our service department when you notice your vehicle's air temperature rising and check out our service specials while you are here!