TSC Ford Specialist, Englewood Colorado

In Denver, temperatures vary from frigid to hot enough to cook an egg on your dash. So, come see TSC Ford Specialist in Englewood if you’re having issues with the air conditioning or heater in your Ford car, truck or SUV. Our ASE certified technicians have the latest heating and AC system diagnostic tools and years of experience to quickly repair your Ford air conditioner or heating system problems.

TSC Ford Specialist heating and air conditioner services include:

  • Air conditioning system diagnosis and repair
  • Car heating system repair
  • Condenser replacement and cleaning
  • Evaporator replacement and cleaning
  • AC compressor replacement
  • Expansion valve replacement
  • Blower motor replacement
  • Computerized AC control diagnosis and repair
  • Refrigerant recycling program
Car AC Repair

For help with Ford air conditioning and heating repairs, give us a call to schedule your appointment.

Common Problems in Ford Air Conditioning and Heating Systems

My Car is Blowing Hot Air Instead of Cold

Nothing’s worse than driving and sweating, so make an appointment if you’re blowing hot, ambient or no air at all. One of the most common reasons for a problem with a car’s air conditioning is a leak from a loose hose, broken seal or any crack where refrigerant can escape from.

AC failure can also point to an electrical or mechanical issue. A critical step in generating cool air is the system moving refrigerant through evaporator coils and condensers. If these parts are damaged or have failed completely, your AC cannot function properly.

The Heater in My Ford Truck Isn’t Working

Here in Colorado, a cold winter is typically followed by an equally cold and snowy spring. That means your heater needs to be in good working order. If you’re getting cold air out of the vents, it’s likely a problem with the heater core, often a lack of enough antifreeze to circulate and produce heat. There could be a leak in the lines, a blockage caused by debris, a stuck blend door or congested valve.

If you turn on your heater and get nothing, no heat or airflow, the problem is likely the blower motor. It could be as simple as a blown fuse or the sign of a bigger electrical issue. It could also be dust build-up in the motor that’s creating a malfunction or full motor burnout.