McLearen Shell For AC Evaporator Repair
Moisture is the enemy of your car's air conditioning system. The evaporator is your AC system's front line of defense against unwanted moisture. Replacing a car AC evaporator is not an easy job and should only be attempted by the pro mechanics at McLearen Shell in Herndon.
Replacing the entire evaporator assembly will save time and money down the road. Accessing your car's AC evaporator is easy because it is mounted inside the cabin of your vehicle. In fact, you can access your evaporator through your car's glove box. However, the lines going to and from the evaporator run throughout your air conditioning system and replacing them requires the disassembly of the engine bay.
Trust McLearen Shell in Herndon To Replace Your Car's Evaporator
- Get AC unit full seal testing
- Identify and repair internal corrosion issues.
- Find troublesome micro cracks and leaks in the evaporator core
- Pressurize and calibrate the AC system to manufacture standards
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Took our Acura RDX in for brake service today. The staff at McLearen Shell did an excellent job, replacing the front discs & rotors. They advised that the rear pads still had 50% material remaining. Have had a variety of automobiles serviced at this service station over the last 25 years and there service remains outstanding and very reasonably priced. Highly recommended.
Rob Saunders, 04/21/2022
Great team at McLearen Shell, have regularly changed out brakes, bulbs, oil, valve cover gasket, spark plugs, etc. on a 1998 Gen 4 Camry LE for the past three years. Trustworthy, professional and they know these older still-running vehicles. Always respectful to Ladies interested in vehicle mechanical function and maintenance as well
Great job - I had an older vehicle and they were able to make repairs to keep it safe, and able to pass inspection - all at a very fair price. I highly recommend the McLearnen on Centreville Road to anyone needing correctly done car repairs at a fair price - thanks so much - Doug Kister
Douglas Kister, 03/31/2020