Georgia summers are hot enough as it is, and with temperatures on the rise, the interior of your vehicle can get hotter still. To ensure comfortable summertime travels, a properly functioning air conditioning system is essential. With outside temperatures in the high 80s and low 90s, when the A/C is on maximum, the temperature at the vent outlets should be around 40 degrees even while idling. And to ensure maximum cooling efficiency, the system needs to be on recirculate. As the temperatures creep higher into the mid and upper 90s, if the A/C can't output below 50 degrees, cooling efficiency will be severely hampered if not useless.

If your Hyundai's A/C system isn't working properly, there several probable causes, among them:

  • Loss of refrigerant due to a seal or hose leak
  • A failing compressor
  • A failing blower motor
  • Clogged refrigerant hose or expansion tube

Get Air Conditioning Service and Repair near Douglassville and Smyrna, GA

If your system isn't working at peak efficiency, daily drives can be uncomfortable to downright unbearable. Fortunately, the expert technicians in our Newnan Hyundai service center can fix a poorly functioning A/C system quickly.

For more information about your vehicle's A/C system or questions about recommended Hyundai maintenance, feel free to contact Southtowne Hyundai of Newnan at your convenience. And if your system is in need of maintenance, we invite you to conveniently schedule a service appointment via our website. We'll be happy to assist you.



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