Mercedes Air Conditioning Repair

If the air conditioner in your Mercedes is blowing hot air when it should be cooling or not working properly, it may be time to do some troubleshooting. In some cases, you may be able to diagnose the problem with your Mercedes’ AC yourself.

Below we’ll take a look at some common Mercedes Benz AC issues and provide some insight into whether you can handle the fix yourself or if you need to take it in to get professional care.

Troubleshooting Your Mercedes AC for Leaks

One of the first problem areas of a faulty AC is a leaky AC. If you see AC fluid in your parking spot or pooling in your garage under the car that may be the center of your issue. This fix could be as simple as replacing the valve for the AC and then adding freon back. If this does not address the problem it could mean more substantial failure is evident.

Mercedes AC Failure

One of the most common reasons a Mercedes AC will fail is due to the compressor. This system adds pressure to the system by compressing the refrigerant. The fluids then move to a condenser, a receiver-drier, and an expansion valve. If any, or multiple, areas of the system fail, you’ll be left with an AC that does not behave as it should.

Other Common Mercedes AC Issues

In addition to the above, some common AC problems we see with Mercedes’ vehicles include:

  • Compressor turns off quickly after coming on
  • Compressor does not engage
  • Freon leaks

Contact us for Mercedes AC Repairs in West Palm Beach

If you are located in the Palm Beach County area and need a professional diagnosis of your Mercedes vehicle, contact The Palm Beach Garage.