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Here at Henrys Suzuki we offer a Free Air Con Check and Air Con recharge
AIR CON SERVICE FROM £79*
Whether you're heading off on holiday or heading into town, you need complete comfort and control. In your car, the best source of comfort comes from your air-conditioning. When it's performing at 100% efficiency, you can be sure of maximum comfort for you, and your passengers, in all kinds of driving.
When your air-conditioning system isn't used regularly, bacteria and mould may develop from a combination of condensation and heat from the engine. A Suzuki air-conditioning service is a thorough check of your air-conditioning system by a Suzuki trained Technician who knows your car inside and out. We'll check for leaks and damages to pipework, we'll re-gas the air-conditioning system, we'll check air circulation, change the air-conditioning filter and check all controls. So you can drive away in comfort and get on with making the most of your Summer.
When to replace the filter:
The filter is composed of fibres. When used over a long period of time, these can become clogged with dust and pollen, resulting in poor ventilation and inefficient air-conditioning when you need it most.
Keep air in your car cool and comfortable.
Do I need to recharge my Air Con?
Please give the team a call to see if your car uses the newer gas and to get a specific price. We also offer air con decontamination to remove any bacteria and leave your car smelling fresh.
*Subject to type of vehicle and we use the new Air Con Gas R1234YF
All vehicles with air conditioning manufactured since 1st January 2017 include the new R1234YF air con gas which is more environmentally friendly. Since this date, manufacturers are no longer allowed to use the older R134A air con gas in a bid to reduce global warming as the old gas is believed to be more damaging to the environment.