Fox Garage Services

Air Conditioning

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Less than 2.0 Litre

Air-Con Recharge R-1234YF (from 2017 models)

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Less than 2.0 Litre

Air-Con Recharge R134A (up to 2017 models)

£59.00 img-reg Book Online
Less than 2.0 Litre

Free Battery Check

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Less than 2.0 Litre

Free Winter Safety Check

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2.1 to 3.0 Litre

Air-Con Recharge R-1234YF (from 2017 models)

£119.00 img-reg Book Online
2.1 to 3.0 Litre

Air-Con Recharge R134A (up to 2017 models)

£59.00 img-reg Book Online
2.1 to 3.0 Litre

Free Battery Check

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2.1 to 3.0 Litre

Free Winter Safety Check

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3.1 Litre or more

Air-Con Recharge R-1234YF (from 2017 models)

£119.00 img-reg Book Online
3.1 Litre or more

Air-Con Recharge R134A (up to 2017 models)

£59.00 img-reg Book Online
3.1 Litre or more

Free Battery Check

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3.1 Litre or more

Free Winter Safety Check

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Engine Size

Air-Con Regas R134A

Up to 2017 models

Air-Con Regas R1234YF

2017 models or later

Why Should I Recharge My Air Con System?

A vehicle’s air conditioning system offers many benefits to the driver throughout the year. Aside from keeping you cool, fresh and comfortable during the warm summer months, it can also be used to help you defrost your windows in the winter. However, each year, your car’s air conditioning system loses charge, making the system less efficient and, as a result, making your vehicle feel warmer, so it’s important that you make an effort to maintain your car’s air con system.

When Should I Arrange My Air Con Recharge Service?

To ensure it keeps running efficiently, many vehicle manufacturers recommend that a driver opts for a car air conditioning refill and recharge approximately every two years. You may be able to tell if your air con needs recharging if it only blows out warm air, or if it works intermittently. If you notice an unpleasant smell coming from the air vents, this could also indicate that the system needs attention. At Fox Garage we also offer car air conditioning cleaning services.

Aircon Debug

If you notice bad odours coming from your air vents when you turn on your car AC, then your car may benefit from an air con cleaning service, also known as a debug. Over time the humidity and moisture in your cars air con system can cause a build-up of bacteria, mould and fungi, particularly if it is left unused for periods of time. This build up can be bad for your health, particularly if you suffer from allergies, as the bacterial spores are blown into the cabin of the vehicle and breathed in by passengers. Not only can this cause sickness, but also an unpleasant air con smell may be produced from the air vents when you turn your air conditioning on, making for an unpleasant driving experience.

Air-Con Leaks

Your vehicles system may not recharge correctly due to a leak, if this is the case then our fully trained technicians* can carry out a leak detection test, if the leak is not immediately obvious, to diagnose the fault with your air conditioning system and our dedicated service team will then be able to provide you with a quote for repair.

What is our Air Con Service?

If your air conditioning system is operating correctly but produces a mouldy or damp smell then your vehicle requires an air conditioning service which includes an anti-bacterial treatment, a change of pollen filter and a system inspection and recharge. This will kill off the bacteria building up within you air conditioning system and freshen your vehicle. We offer an Air-Con cleaner service, or debug, to decontaminate the system and kill the bacteria within. The process involves one of our trained experts setting off a cleaning spray or ‘bomb’ in the vehicle cabin which is sucked into the air vents and kills off the unwanted bacteria within, leaving you with a long lasting fresh AC smell, and a clean, bacteria free, system throughout. Fox Garage Services offers this for the cost of just £79.00.