Vehicle systems have become more electronic than mechanical. There are multiple computers aboard most vehicles produced in the last couple of decades, and they are designed to control different aspects of vehicle operation. Your AC control module is a computer designed to control and manage the heating and air conditioning system in your car. Depending on the make, model and specific features of your car, this may include automated climate control, where the car’s computer senses the ambient temperature inside and outside the car and adjusts the climate to suit your preferences. In this type of system, the driver sets a desired interior temperature, and the AC control module automates the system to maintain that temperature. If the AC control module is faulty, your HVAC control input will not result in proper temperature regulation.
You cannot personally inspect or maintain your AC control module. In the event that your system is unable to maintain a steady temperature, does not produce cold air, or is inoperable, the AC control module should be checked for fault/trouble codes prior to any repairs or service. Have one of our expert mechanics diagnose and repair the AC control module if required.
Having an operable air conditioning system is important for comfort and safety during the heat of summer. If your AC control module is experiencing problems, it is important to have it diagnosed by one of our expert mechanics because there are many different potential problems that can present the same symptoms.
Tell us what the problem is (e.g the car is not starting or I need new shock absorbers). What kind of car you drive and your contact information.
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