Air Con Pre Inspection Service

Air Con system inspection (required before an Air Con Service)

Overview

Before we can carry out your Air Con Service (including an air con regas), as a legal requirement we'll need to check the system for any faults or lea...
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Before we can carry out your Air Con Service (including an air con regas), as a legal requirement we'll need to check the system for any faults or leaks. The Pre Service Inspection includes:

A temperature check

A refrigerant check

A thorough inspection of the system's key components, including the compressor (See note in Section 1 below), condenser, drive belts and hoses

A leak test (using nitrogen)

Once complete, our team will give you the option of a full Air Con Service including an air con regas (also known as an air con recharge) for an additional cost of £40. We will replace and recharge lubricant and refrigerant levels in line with your manufacturer's recommendation.

Note: the additional cost of the Air Con Service will be £40 for R134a refrigerant and £80 for the newer R1234yf gas.


FAQs

The Air Con Pre Inspection includes:

  • A temperature check
  • A refrigerant check
  • A thorough inspection of the system's key components, including the compressor, condenser, drive belts and hoses
  • A leak test (using nitrogen)

Once complete, our team will give you the option of a full air con service for an additional cost of £30. We will replace and recharge lubricant and refrigerant levels in line with your manufacturer's recommendation.

If, during the inspection, we discover a fault, leak or component damage, our helpful technicians will discuss the recommended repairs with you, and provide a no obligation quote before any work is carried out.

Please note:

There is a possibility if the compressor is not working and there is little gas left, the non-functioning compressor would not be diagnosed until after the car has been re-gassed. If this is the case you will not be charged for the re-gas and will be provided with a quote to repair the compressor.


The Pre Service Inspection takes around 30 minutes to complete.


Yes! Although a thorough inspection of the air con system is needed before a service can be carried out.

Once complete, our team will give you the option of a full air con service - an additional cost of £40. We will replace and recharge refrigerant levels in line with your manufacturer's recommendation.

Note: the additional cost of the Air Con Service will be £40 for R134a refrigerant and £80 for the newer R1234yf gas. A full list of vehicles requiring R1234yf gas can be found here.


We recommend you service your air conditioning system every two years to replenish the liquids used by the system, and to ensure all components are working correctly. Your owner's manual will give you the specific requirements for your car.


The Air Con Pre Service Inspection includes a thorough check of your system's components. If, during the inspection, we discover a fault, leak or damage, our helpful technicians will discuss any recommended repairs with you, and provide a no obligation quote before any work is carried out.


Repair work is not included. If, during the inspection, any faults, leaks or component failures are identified, further work will be advised. Your local parsautos Autocentre will always advise you in advance of carrying out any such repairs.


Yes! We offer an anti-bacterial clean that removes 99% of all harmful bacteria that can build up in the system over time.

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All vehicles manufactured from 2017 onwards require a new type of refrigerant gas by law.

Regrettably, this gas is not yet stocked in all of our autocentres, see a full list of autocentres that stock R1234YF gas.


Rolling Resistance(A-G)

E Grade – Below average fuel efficiency, however there may in some cases be a good reason why the rolling resistance is higher, for example where tyres are specifically designed for more grip, such as sports car tyres or winter tyres.

Wet Grip(A-G)

B Grade – Nearly the best quality tyres to stop in the wet, stopping only 3m more than a grade A tyre but on average 15m shorter than a car on grade G tyres (on a wet road when braking from 50mph – testing according to regulation EC1222/2009)

Sound Wave(1-3)

3 Bars – At least 3dB's above future EU noise limit (although meets current limit)

Noise(67-79 Db)

73 dB – Exterior noise level measured in decibels (dB). The lower the exterior noise level the better the environment near busy roads

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