Let's face it, Dallas summers are brutal. Temperatures are often close to the 100 degree mark, which can put temperatures inside your locked vehicle well above 140 degrees. Obviously, the darker the car and interior, the higher the temperature. So, how can you make sure your A/C system will keep you cool, or that it has the full power to do so?
Getting your Air-Conditioning system to work perfectly requires a number of things to work in unison. From the Freon charge level to your electric fan in front of your condenser, that's the radiator looking thing in front of your radiator, or the condition of your belt that drives the compressor...all have to be working properly or your system will not work to its optimum.
So, whether you drive a BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Porsche, Jaguar or even a Land Rover, your cocoon should be able to throw 65 degree air out of the vents, if not, then your A/C cooling system needs attention. It could need a charge or cleaning of the condenser of debris and leaves left behind from the fall.
Autoscope would be glad to look at it for you.