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Make the most of the new year by considering these New Year’s Resolutions for your car. There’s no sense in letting your car fall apart for the new year.

As such, with the new year ringing in, you may want [...]

There are only a few things that can bring more frustration than your car failing you in the morning. Cold weather can cause your car’s battery to malfunction, and some drivers may not understand why. However, by educating yourself on [...]

What to Know About Your Car’s Gas Tank

Today, we would like to provide some detailed information for customers to understand the depth of problems that our mechanics face when working on fuel systems.

Gas is highly volatile.

Those [...]

If the air conditioner in your vehicle doesn’t keep you cool anymore, you might be in for an uncomfortable ride even on a relatively mild day. Unfortunately, the problem might not stop there. Some air conditioners can malfunction in such [...]

Solidified Sealant Trapped In Cylinder

A/C sealants, also known as stop leak, are designed to be a ‘quick fix’ to seal leaks in the A/C system. The sealant is activated when it reacts with oxygen and/or moisture.

However, sealants can crystallize in the system, which [...]

AC-system's-pressure

On some GM applications the high side service port is located past the condenser and before the orifice tube on the [...]

Car Summer Tips AC Cooling
Summer time Car Tips To Avoid The Auto Blues

Car giving you the summer time blues? From AC vs. rolling the windows down to keeping your pet safe, here are answers to your summer driving questions.

Like most people, chances [...]

The GM HT6 is one of the most popular compressors replaced today. Mac’s offers two Sanden options for the two most popular HT6 compressors.

The first is the 6511339 HT6 O.E. style compressor for the GM 5.7 V8, Mac’s offers [...]

Oil is an important part of the A/C system. Refrigerant charged oil circulates through the system while keeping 60-70% of the oil in the compressor at all times. This provides adequate lubrication to reduce friction (heat) and wear (metal particles [...]

Safety First

Always Use Eye Protection! 

  1. A/C system refrigerant must be completely recovered using approved equipment in accordance with local, state, and federal laws.
  2. Disconnect all hoses from components to be flushed. Remove the orifice [...]
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