Is your car air conditioner giving you the cold shoulder? Our certified technicians can perform many air conditioning services from testing and regular maintenance to complete A/C system repair.


Kings County Collision & Repair repair center can check your vehicle’s system, quickly diagnose the problem and provide cost-effective repair solutions. Car A/C systems have components that dry out and crack.

Vehicle air conditioning repair can include a variety of tasks. Annual inspection or performance checks to diagnosis and replacement of system components can be completed at Kings County Collision & Repair by a qualified technician. Regular inspections help ensure cooling efficiency and identify possible refrigerant leaks.

Additional Services

  • System fan level check

  • Output temperature check

  • PSI pressure reading to verify levels

  • Belts & hose inspection for indications of potential failure

  • Blower fan & compressor examination for proper operation

  • Diagnosis of possible problems with faulty switches, fuses, wiring, the condenser, or internal compressor seal failure


With over 30 years of experience, Kings County Collision & Repair mechanics are equipped to diagnose climate control issues and are specially trained to repair car air conditioner and car heater systems.

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Q : Why is my A/C not blowing air?

A: There’s nothing more frustrating than weak air flow on a hot summer’s day! Unfortunately, there’s no easy diagnosis here; insufficient air flow could stem from a number of problems.

  • Your refrigerant may be low, you need a refill or you have a leak in your A/C system
  • An instance of mold or mildew building up in the evaporator core.
  • It could also be a loose hose, a bad ventilation fan, or blown seals.
Stop by Kings County Collision & Repair and a qualified mechanic isolate your A/C problems

Q : Why is my car A/C blowing out warm air?

A: Warm air coming from your A/C is never a good sign. There could be a number of potential factors here, such as a clogged expansion valve; a faulty compressor clutch; a blown fuse; or even leaks within the A/C. The only way to know for sure what’s causing that warm air is to bring your car to Kings County Collision & Repair to have it inspected.

Q : What causes an air conditioning system leak?

A: A leak in your A/C is bad news, without question—but what causes it? The short answer: age and moisture. Over time, the rubber hoses and seals in your A/C lose elasticity and allow Freon to escape, all while allowing moisture to enter. When moisture mixes with your A/C’s refrigerant, it creates a corrosive acid, which destroys your A/C from the inside out. This is something to have analyzed and repaired.

Q : How do you test for an A/C system leak?

A: If your A/C is leaking, there are a couple of methods we choose to detect leaks; One is to use black light-enabled dyes; many refrigerants are mixed with UV dyes, which allow them to show up under a black light. The other option we use is the “sniffer,” a special device that can zero in on the refrigerant’s chemical compounds and detect possible leaks.

Q : How do I stop the bad smells coming from my A/C vents?

A: Nobody likes an A/C that emanates bad smells! There are a couple of possible causes of A/C odors, the first being dirty, old air in the cabin filter. The second is an evaporator case that’s developed mold, which could point to more systematic problems with your unit. Weird smells from your car’s vents are likely caused by a bacteria buildup in the evaporator. We have the proper tools to clean this out for you quickly.

Q: Every time I turn on my car A/C it makes a weird noise but works great! Where is the noise coming from?

A: It could be a minor engine noise or hose you’re hearing, but it could also be a symptom of problems with your compressor. This is the heart of the system, so have it checked if you hear anything unusual.