Air Conditioning Recharge
If your car air-con stops working it’s easy to say that you need an air-con re-gas. There is a more environmentally friendly air conditioning refrigerant for your car which takes 11 days to clear the air instead of 13 years.
Your air-con can keep you cool in the summer hot months, but remember that it can also keep you warm on those wintery days and help de-mist your windscreen at a faster rate. Keeping your air-con system in good condition gives you year round comfort.
Questions and Answers
How do I know which air con gas I need for my vehicle?
If your vehicle was manufacturered since 1st January 2017 then it most definetly will need the new R134A air-con gas. Vehicles manufactured before 2014 shall require the older air-con gas named R134A. However, if your vehicle was made between the years of 2014 and 2016 then your vehicle could require either of the two gases which would need inspection.
How often shall I re-gas my air-con?
Manufacturers recommend that your vehicle’s air conditioning should be recharged with gas and lubricant every 2 years to keep it running effectively and efficiently. This service isn’t usually part of your annual vehicle service so if your vehicle is over 2 years old then a recharge is probably due.