Summer in Vallejo gets very hot, and you need to stay cool during these sweltering months. You don’t want the air conditioning on your Honda Civic, Honda CR-V, or other Honda model to break and leave you sweating! Here are some tips from the Avery Greene Honda service center for maintaining the air conditioning system in your car.
Change the air filter
Where not talking about the air filter under the hood; your Honda has a different air filter in the cabin that sifts out dust and dirt from blasting through the AC system. Make sure you replace this filter every 6 months, because a clogged filter
Dust and unblock the vents
Make sure nothing is covering the air vents underneath your Honda vehicle’s seats. Also, wipe off the slots in the dashboard vents to remove any dust, dirt, or grime.
Run it on a cold setting
Your car’s air conditioning system works best when it’s on its coldest setting. A low temperature lets the system work efficiently and burn less fuel. Keep the AC on the coldest setting with a high fan speed or automatic climate control to keep the cold air moving.
If your Honda SUV, sedan, or truck needs an AC tune-up, schedule a service appointment at Avery Greene Honda before the temperatures get any hotter!