The Best AC Condenser Repair in Millington
Come to Long Hill Auto Service in Millington to repair that cracked or damaged AC condenser causing your car's air conditioning to fail. Call today at 908-647-7984 and talk to us about the cost of repairs, timeline and to schedule an appointment, or simply come by Long Hill Auto Service at 1905 Long Hill Rd in Millington.AC Condensers
If you are driving down the road in Millington and your AC fails, it may be your condenser. The condenser looks like a large black square and is usually mounted in front of the radiator. Like radiators and evaporators, condensers are constructed as a series of tubes with fins around them. But unlike an evaporator, whose job is to absorb heat, the condenser's job is to release the heat your refrigerant absorbed while it was flowing through the evaporator, very much the same way the radiator releases the heat from engine coolant that the coolant absorbed while it was flowing through the engine. A car's condenser also removes unwanted debris from the cooling system.Depend on Long Hill Auto Service to Replace Your Car's AC Condenser
- Long Hill Auto Service uses parts specifically for your car's original air conditioning system
- We calibrate performance multi-flow systems and subcooling
- We inspect the heat exchanger core designed to shed airborne material buildup
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Patrick Hurley, 02/16/2024
Long Hill Auto is the best auto service shop in the area, hands down. The staff is well trained and highly knowledgeable. Their facility is well organized and cared for, which shows how important it is for them to pay attention to details. Bob runs a great shop that can handle all of your automobile needs. They are friendly, affordable, and have a fast turnaround on their jobs. I don't think it can get much better than that.
The Bearded Dragon Games, 01/25/2024
In short, Long Hill Auto in Millington is the tops! Due to some forgetfulness about bringing an electric car adapter, Long Hill readily agreed to allow several hours of charging at their facility. Moreover, while dropping off the electric car, a gas version had tires severely low on air. Despite their full work load for the day, they took the time to check the car's computer generated TPMS and reset the "low pressure" code. The final piece de resistance was the addition of a small but useful bottle opener on the key chain with their name and phone number. And everyone could not have been more helpful or pleasant!! Give them your business; you will be glad you did! I am!