Why is my car not blowing cold air out of the vents?
Summer is a great time to take advantage of the warm weather. Whether you’re an avid fisherman, camper, swimmer, or some other sort of outdoor recreational enthusiast, this is a fun time of the year. When the weather gets too hot, though, you may want to cool down in front of the air conditioner. Unfortunately for some drivers, their air conditioner may not be blowing cold air out of the vents in their car. If you’ve dealt with this in the past, you know just how agonizing it can be. Find out some culprits and below!
Why isn’t my air conditioner working?
There are a few different reasons the airflow in your vehicle may be weak. Mold and mildew may be to blame, as they can accumulate from the residual moisture that occurs. This can block the air from reaching the vents. Another likely cause is that the blower hose supplying cold air to the blower unit has become loose or that the ventilation fan isn’t working. Additionally, one of the many seals that help keep everything in check under the hood could be loose, which will allow some air to escape.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of reasons your air conditioner may be malfunctioning. Whether you’re experiencing weak airflow, warm airflow, a fluctuation in temperature, or even a bad odor coming out of the vents, you’ll want to get your A/C checked out by a professional like the ones here at Hometown Kia. Schedule a service appointment with us today!