Keeping cool is no sweat with an A/C system inspection and recharge if necessary.

Air Conditioning Services

A vehicle without AC can be a sweaty and uncomfortable ride. A properly working AC keeps you and everyone else in the vehicle comfortable and cool all the way to your destination. Jiffy Lube® Technicians can assess interior climate control issues and are highly trained in A/C evacuation and recharge.

Vehicle AC Not Working Right? We Help You Keep Your Cool

The function of your vehicle’s air conditioner is to cool the air coming into your vehicle’s passenger compartment using three main parts: the compressor, condenser and evaporator.

Calm, Cool and Conditioned

After discussing faulty AC system symptoms with you, Jiffy Lube® technicians begin the service by visually inspecting the air conditioning compressor drive belt, serpentine belt and all accessible components for cracks, leaks or damage. Then they check the operation of the air conditioning compressor. If no leaks or damage are found, they evacuate the refrigerant from the system, vacuum test it, and recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant according to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.

Jiffy Lube does not recommend servicing systems with detected leaks or damage. The Jiffy Lube AC service is designed for periodic maintenance rather than AC repair, but rest assured Jiffy Lube can recommend the next steps to be taken to get your AC system up and running. Early detection of leaks or damage to your vehicle AC system can save you time and money, keeping you and everyone in your vehicle cool and worry free.

Please note: Not all Jiffy Lube® service centers offer Air Conditioning Services. Please call ahead to ensure the service is available. Find Your Jiffy Lube now


Booker Group Baltimore offers the A/C Services at the following locations. Visit our locations page for a complete list of services offered.

Signs and Symptoms Your Vehicle AC Needs Attention:
  • #1No cool air coming through vents
  • #2Poor air flow
  • #3Moisture around compressor
  • #4Strange odor coming into the passenger cabin
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