The Best AC Condenser Repair in Aurora
Come to Marty's Automotive in Aurora to repair that cracked or damaged AC condenser causing your car's air conditioning to fail. Call today at 630-264-2277 and talk to us about the cost of repairs, timeline and to schedule an appointment, or simply come by Marty's Automotive at 827 Rathbone Ave in Aurora.AC Condensers
If you are driving down the road in Aurora 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 Marty's Automotive to Replace Your Car's AC Condenser
- Marty's Automotive 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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Im SO pleased with you! I intended on sending a thank you card! Im sending in both 20 year old cars. I appreciate that you're always there for us!???
Julie Hornback, 01/18/2022
Great great place. First thing, I'm a very picky critic and will 100% call out some bs. They did a full diagnostic and told me everything that needed fixing. They fixed only what was necessary to get me driving safely, then gave me a list of the rest that needed fixing in order of importance. Great great place, highly recommended.
Bob Barker, 01/07/2022
Everyone has gone above and beyond for myself and family. They really know the business and know people well. We will be a trusted customer for long time to come??.
Diana Barth, 11/27/2021