Mercedes-Benz AC System Maintenance- Stay Cool This Summer

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20 May Mercedes-Benz AC System Maintenance- Stay Cool This Summer

Mercedes-Benz A/C System Maintenance: Stay Cool This Summer

It’s that time of year again to get the A/C System on your Mercedes-Benz checked. The hot weather is here and summer is just around the corner. The searing summer heat can become dangerous to you and your Mercedes-Benz, therefore keeping cool and the air conditioner in check is a necessity.

 

If you feel like your A/C System isn’t operating up to par, have it checked out before it’s too late and it shuts down, leaving you in a sweaty mess.

 

Your Mercedes-Benz mechanic should visually examine to see if any A/C system parts are broken or missing, as well as check the temperature, its filter (receiver-drier unit) and test the system operating pressure. “Knowledge is power.” When you take your luxury Mercedes-Benz to a credible Independent Mercedes repair shop, here are some of the other basic things that your Mercedes technician should inspect to keep your A/C System functioning properly.

 

Evaporator, condenser & compressor: These A/C system components should be checked for leakage and cleaned. They are prone to corrosion over time. Protect them by having them serviced annually with a qualified Mercedes-Benz mechanic.

 

Hoses, valves & pumps: All of these need to be properly lubricated. Your trusted Mercedes-Benz service center should inject a specific amount and type of oil into your AC System.

 

Refrigerant level: All cars built since 1996 have R-134a refrigerant. It should checked for proper operational pressure and added or replaced. If your A/C System is not blowing air that is at least 25 degrees colder than the outside air  cool, then you may have a refrigerant leak or mechanical issue with A/C System. Have a Mercedes-Benz repair facility check this out for you.

 

Radiator: The air flow around the radiator should be inspected, as well as the radiator cap and reservoir, for cracks.

 

Noises: Sounds of squealing may be a belt and buzzing may be an overcharged system. Knocking or clicking can be a sign of loose bolts or mechanical failure of the AC compressor  or its clutch. Any reputable Mercedes-Benz service shop will be able to correctly identify the problem and fix it.

– Top-Notch Mercedes-Benz Care –

Sprint Motorsports is a professional independent Mercedes-Benz service center conveniently located in San Jose, California. Our Mercedes customers are also from the surrounding areas of Campbell, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Santa Clara, and Cupertino. We take pride in caring for our customers, and are invigorated by the opportunity to provide competent and comprehensive Mercedes-Benz repair services using dealership level equipment expert Mercedes technicians. We provide are here to give you personalized, detailed, and friendly service. Our relationships with our customers are built on trust, communication, integrity, and commitment to an accurate and dependable repair of your Mercedes. We back that up with a 3 year parts and labor warranty on repairs.

To schedule an appointment to inspect and service the A/C System on your Mercedes-Benz, please contact our expert staff of Sprint Motorsports at: service@sprint-motorsports.com or 408-831-3730. We welcome you to stop by our shop at 2099 S 10th St Unit 40, San Jose, CA 95112. If you have any questions about your Mercedes performance or maintenance, feel free to ask our friendly staff for assistance.