How To Look For An Air Conditioning Repair Company

To avoid costly air conditioning repair bills it is best to inspect and check you’re A/C components on a yearly basis. If you get into the habit of doing this you could avoid expensive repairs that could have been avoided. The air conditioner is a machine and there is that possibility that it could just stop working. Whether it be a small leak, years of wear and tear or a circuit board it is always good to have a good air conditioning repair service you can count on. When you are into the hot season the air conditioning companies become very busy so having a company you can trust to be there is very important.

The first approach to finding a qualified A/C repair service is to go online and search your local area. This a great way to be able to research the company, check prices and find online reviews to see if their customers were satisfied with the work performed. It is important to make notes on each company your research so when you are ready to go back and make your final decision you have the information at hand.  Once you have decided on a air conditioning company you want to call and ask if they do work on the manufacture of you’re A/C unit and how soon will they be able to get to you. If this is an urgent situation then some companies that will put you at the top of the list and prioritize your repair. Make sure you give them as many details as possible on why your air conditioner is acting up so they can allow the necessary time to make the repair and hopefully not have to come back. Once your appointment is set it is always a good idea to call the day before they are coming to confirm the time and day of your appointment.

How To Change A Sprinter Van’s Oil And Filter

In this video Youtube user Bevoin1970 demonstrates how to properly change the oil in a Mercedes Sprinter Van with the 2.2 liter turbo diesel motor. He starts by showing the user where the drain plug is located, in this case underneath the motor. After removing the drain plug with a crescent wrench, the “old” 9 liters of oil drains out. Bevoin1970 then shows the importance of making sure the washer on the drain plug remains in place as it is put back on the oil pan.

After the oil has been drained out he proceeds to unscrew the oil filter and replace it with the new one (while taking a tea break in between!). Once the oil has been poured back in and the filter replaced, he starts up the Sprinter Van and makes sure the oil light doesn’t stay on after initial startup. After watching the video the viewer should be left with a better understanding of how to perform a Sprinter Van Oil Change.