Why Does My Auto A/C Feel Warm?

Summer is fun until you let the heat get to you. When your A/C stops working or only blows warm air, it can turn your day miserable. A/C failures can be common this time of year. Luckily, you can always turn to the auto experts at Rev Limit Auto Center for reliable repairs. Here are the top reasons why your A/C keeps blowing warm air.

Blocked Condenser

The condenser is a part of your A/C system that functions to keep the refrigerant cool to sustain the cooling process. When the condenser is clogged by dust or other road debris, the cooling cycle cannot carry out. When this vital component breaks, the entire system goes down with it. You’ll only feel warm air at best. 

Refrigerant Leak

Refrigerant, or freon, is responsible for drawing out the humidity and heat from the cabin. It expands and contracts throughout the A/C cycle. When refrigerant escapes the system, your A/C will not feel as cool. Let the professionals at Rev Limit Auto Center help you look for A/C leaks.

Malfunctioning Electrical System

Your A/C is mostly powered by the electrical system. If something goes wrong with the electrical source, the AC might blow warm or not blow at all. You will need to consult with a technician with electrical experience for help.

Failing Compressor

The compressor is the A/C component that moves the refrigerant all throughout the system to cool your cabin. When it stops working, the freon will never get to the condenser. Most compressor problems stem from being unused all throughout the winter. 


To prevent your auto A/C system from failing this summer, bring your vehicle to Rev Limit Auto Center for inspection. Our technicians can perform diagnostics test to determine if your air conditioning needs service. Please give us a call or visit soon!

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