Feeling the heat from your A/C? Our trained technicians can take a look at your 1983 Oldsmobile Omega A/C system and recommend a repair plan. Schedule A/C service today and get ready to chill out.
There’s nothing worse than cranking your car air conditioner on a hot day — and discovering it’s broken. Is that a hot stove? Nope, just your steering wheel. Your skin sticks to the driver’s seat. You take a deep breath and ask yourself, “Who can fix my Oldsmobile Omega A/C?” Firestone Complete Auto Care can! We know Oldsmobile vehicles, and our trained technicians can identify and repair issues with 1983 Oldsmobile A/C systems. Bring your Oldsmobile Omega to your local Firestone Complete Auto Care
During an A/C performance check, we'll determine the condition of your 1983 Oldsmobile Omega A/C system to determine whether repair work is needed. This check will include an examination of system pressure, a visual inspection, and a leak test. If any signs point to a possible leak, we’ll send a special U/V dye through the system, or use something called a “sniffer.” What’s a “sniffer,” you ask? It’s a specially designed machine that’s used on parts of your Oldsmobile Omega A/C system to detect refrigerant fumes escaping from the system. If your A/C system has a leak, we’ll find and repair it.
While your 1983 Oldsmobile Omega’s air conditioner is being serviced, we’ll also do an A/C evacuation and recharge. To do this, one of our technicians will remove the refrigerant in your A/C system (if there is even any left to remove). Then, they’ll use Oldsmobile’s specifications to evacuate the system. To finish, we’ll add new refrigerant to recharge the A/C system, and after one final test to be sure the system is cooling properly, you’re good to go. We want you to be comfortable in your car, so we train our technicians to perform 1983 Oldsmobile Omega A/C recharges.
Hot air is a common Oldsmobile Omega A/C problem, but it’s not the only issue you might encounter. Typical A/C problems also include weak airflow, which could be caused by mold or mildew buildup, a loose hose, an old ventilation fan, or a compromised seal. If your A/C system blows cold air first but then it turns warm, this may suggest a leak, a blown fuse, or a damaged compressor clutch. Are you breathing in some “interesting” new odors in your 1983 Oldsmobile Omega? You could have a moldy evaporator case, or you may simply need a new cabin air filter installed. Our trained technicians will do what they can to solve your A/C problems. We’re here to help you get back on the road in your Omega — without all the sweat puddles!