Commercial Vehicle A/C

A/C Service at Bob Moore Ford Commercial

If your commercial vehicle’s air conditioner isn’t working properly, an A/C Check at Bob Moore Ford Commercial will help you figure out what’s wrong. We’ll look for leaks in your car’s air conditioning system and, if any are found, we’ll fix them before they do further damage. If you are looking to get you’re A/C fixed in Oklahoma City, Edmond, or Norman, come see us at Bob Moore Ford Commercial and we’ll get your A/C fixed today!

Why Maintain the A/C System?

On hot days, it’s critical to make sure your air conditioning is working properly so that drivers and passengers can keep cool and comfortable. Regular air conditioning maintenance might also help you avoid costly technical issues in the future. For example, if your refrigerant level is too low, your A/C compressor may not get enough cooling or lubrication, resulting in disastrous system failure.

Signs You’re A/C Needs May Maintenance

·         A/C Blowing Hot Air – There could be a serious problem if your air conditioner is blowing hot air. When water comes into contact with the refrigerant in your air conditioner, it forms a highly corrosive acid that eats away at the system’s components. The rubber seals that keep the refrigerant from leaking could be eaten away by this acid. If refrigerant leaks, the cooling power of your air conditioner will be reduced.

·         Weird Smell – If you smell something strange coming from your air conditioner, it could be mold and, as a result, water. The culprit could be a clogged drain in your evaporator case or a moist or dirty cabin air filter.

·         Weak Airflow – Excess moisture in the evaporator core can lead to the growth of mold and other debris, which can obstruct airflow. A decrease in air pressure could also indicate a blockage in the evaporator core or a failed blower motor.

How Frequently You Should Get Your A/C Checked

While it’s preferable to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations, your car’s air conditioning system should be thoroughly examined at least once a year. If anything seems out of the ordinary with the air conditioner between planned maintenance visits, have it looked at. Inspection of the components is the first stage in every A/C service. A professional will evaluate the operation and controls of your air conditioner before completing a cutting-edge charge test. The professional will talk to you about the problem before starting the repair or recharge.

A/C Recharging

You should consider recharging your air conditioner only when the chilly air is no longer as cold as it previously was. A properly kept air conditioner can indeed last the rest of its life without needing to be recharged, but only if you’re extremely fortunate. If the refrigerant in your commercial vehicle is low, a technician can refill it with a refrigerant top-off service. If your air conditioner hasn’t been serviced in years, an evacuation and recharge may be necessary to improve its function.


Contact our service department and one of our service professionals will get your A/C serviced right away.