Your air conditioning system requires maintenance just like any other working part of your vehicle. Mircro-organisms can contaminate the system which over time can cause unpleasant odours. Refrigerant gas may also start to leak, causing the air conditioning to run inefficiently and to increase your overall fuel consumption.
Carrying out regular maintenance to your vehicle's air conditioning will help reduce the risk of major components failing and will ensure your air conditioning system is in peak condition during the hot summer months.
Within an hour a factory trained technician can restore your air conditioning system and carry out a bacterial clean, all from £180.
Air Conditioning FAQs
Q. How often should I service my car's air conditioning?
We recommend that the air conditioning system is serviced every two years in order to replenish the liquids used by the system and to ensure all components are working correctly. Your car manual will give you the specific requirements for your car.
Q. What's included in the Air Conditioning Service?
Aston Martin offer the most extensive Air Conditioning service available by factory trained Aston Martin Technicians which includes:
Recharging refrigerant to recommended levels
Adding fresh system oil
Check operation of air conditioning system
Full visual inspection, temperature and leak checks
Recovery of refrigerant, evacuation of air and moisture from system
Q. Can you clean my car's air conditioning system?
We offer an anti-bacterial clean that removes harmful bacteria that builds up in the system and on the vents. This will also remove the unpleasant odours that can sometimes be emitted from vents.
For more information please contact a member of our Service Team. Alternatively, please complete the enquiry form to make a booking.
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