AC & Heat Repair

Whether it is inside your cabin or under the hood, it is important that your vehicle maintain the appropriate temperature when you are driving. While the temperature inside the cabin may be for your comfort, if it gets too hot under your hood it could lead to some serious engine damage. At John Ellis & Son, we understand the important role temperature plays in your vehicle and our ASE Certified technicians are available to service and repair all of the major systems and components in your car, truck, or SUV.

Vehicle AC Repair Sacramento, CA

During the hot summer months, you want to know that your vehicle’s air conditioner will keep you from turning into a sweaty mess when you are on the road. The AC system in our cars is something that we all take for granted until it isn’t working properly. Come to John Ellis & Son for AC service before the hotter months set in. We will make sure everything is in working order, inspect for possible leaks, and recharge your refrigerant if needed.

If your vehicle’s AC isn’t as cool as it used to be or if it has downright stopped working, we are here for you. Our AC experts have all the knowledge, experience, and equipment to get your AC cooled down so you can be comfortable all year long.

Vehicle Heater Repair Sacramento, CA

It is a common misconception that your vehicle’s AC and heater are part of the same system. In actuality, your vehicle’s heater is actually connected to your cooling system which is the most important system in terms of keeping your engine cool. Your heater keeps you warm by utilizing the hot coolant that is filtered away from your engine to create the air that keep you warm and toasty in the winter. If your heater is acting up it could be a sign of a more serious problem under your hood.

Cooling System Repair Sacramento, CA

While your cooling system plays a part in warming you up inside your car, it is crucial to the health of your engine. If your engine runs too hot while you are driving it can lead to serious problems and costly repairs. Your cooling system circulates coolant through your engine to cool it down and then to the radiator which transfers the heat outside and cools the coolant back down. If your coolant is leaking or low or if your radiator is busted it could compromise your entire vehicle.

The temperature gauge on your dashboard is a good indicator to whether or not your engine is operating at the right temperature. If yours is running hot, don’t wait for it to overheat, bring your car, truck, or SUV to John Ellis & Son at the first sign of trouble.

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