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Air-conditioning service

​To ensure your air-conditioning system is running as effectively as it should be, we recommend having it serviced regularly. Your air-conditioning is still important in the winter, and if it's not working it can create problems.

Why use air con in winter?

In the winter your air-conditioning can be used for a variety of reasons. It can:

  • allow coolant to circulate through the system. Using your air con regularly means the lubricant in your coolant can act on the rubber parts helping to prevent leaks in the seals. Leaks can mean you need frequest re-gasses or even replacement seals.
  • prevent moisture build up within air vent ducts. Not using your air con all winter can lead to bacteria and mould building up, meaning you might be in for a nasty surprise when you start using it again in spring!
  • dry the air in your car to help with visibility. Drier air helps maintain visibility by clearing mist from the windscreen and can prevent your windscreen and windows from steaming up.

Why have your air conditioning serviced?

Over time your air-conditioning system can lose a small percentage of its gas, meaning your system stops working as well as it should and could eventually fail. During an air conditioning service our trained technicians will drain and recharge the system, check hoses, filters, belts and connections and make sure the compressor and condenser are in full working order. Your system will also receive an ultrasonic anti-bacterial and odour treatment.

Book your service

Our air-conditioning service is available from only £79* Book now and you'll also receive a complimentary winter health check, which covers everything from your brakes to your suspension.

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*Privately owned Audi vehicles of any age or model. Excludes vehicles built after 30 May 2016. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.Cannot be redeemed for cash. Valid at participating Audi Centres or Audi Authorised Repairers. Image for illustrative purposes only.