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Your Source For Automotive Parts & Services

New & Remanufactured Compressors, Condensers, Evaporators, Accumulators, Driers, Orifice Tubes, Expansions Valves, In Line Filters , A/C Hose Fittings, Aluminum and Steel Weld-On-Barbs, Refurbished ECM, BCM, and other control heads.

Why Do Compressors Fail?

Auto Air Innovations, Inc., was established in 1995. We are a manufacturer and distributor of automobile air conditioning parts and provide air conditioning service and repair for vehicles, including vintage and custom air conditioning systems. Recently, we changed our operating name to Auto Air & Electric of Tampa. Our current name reflects that we also specialize in automobile diagnosis, repair, and service of electrical systems, including hybrid and electric vehicles. We are also certified to repair wiring harnesses, ECM, BCM, and other control units.

Rely on Auto Air & Electric of Tampa, for the highest quality of automotive parts on the market. As a manufacturer and distributor, we carry our own line of products and distribute aftermarket parts as well. Our team of professionals is backed by more than 50 years of combined experience and we ensure the quality parts you need for your car or truck, or for your customers' vehicles. Order today from our extensive line of aftermarket parts and/or receive a quote on either air conditioning service, vintage air, custom air, electrical repair, hose repair, welding services, special fabrications, part installations or general diagnostics.

Why Do Compressors Fail? Why Replace Your Condensor?

Order Air Conditioning Products Direct from the Manufacturer
We order supplies directly from the after market manufacturers, if we don't have what you need in stock, we can make it for you on our State of the Art, German, CNC Turning Centers & Mills. We can customize air conditioning systems or remanufacture existing A/C parts, and we work with all mobile systems, including passenger vehicles, RVs, commercial trucks, buses and farm equipment. We sell a complete inventory of New & Remanufactured Compressors, Condensers, Evaporators, Accumulators, Driers, Orifice Tubes, Expansions Valves, A/C Hose Fittings and much more. We also provide vintage air parts and installation. Call today to learn more about us, our auto parts , as well as our policies on delivery and warranties and returns.

Service Center
If you are in the Tampa area and are in need of an expert diagnosis on why your car's air conditioning is not working properly, Contact us today to schedule an appointment. Since we manufacture and remanufacture many of the parts that are used in the repair process, we are able to pass that savings on to you. Our technicians are thoroughly trained in all aspects of Auto Air Conditioning Repair. No job is too small, too large, or too difficult for us to do! Please click on the service you are interested in located to the right of this page.
 

 

 

 

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We offer wholesale prices to the public and can beat any competitor's price.



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A/C Kits
• Compressors
• Clutches
• Clutch Components
   - Hubs, Coils, Bearings
• Condensers
• Evaporators
• Accumulators
• Filter-Driers
• Exp. Valves
• Orifice Tubes
• Fan Clutches
• Blower Motors
• Sensors
• Switches
• Seals/Gaskets/Orings
• A/C System Flush
Splicer Barbs
• A/C Hose Fittings
Steel and Aluminum
   Weld-On-Barbs
Service

Diagnostic Services
  - A/C Check ups
  - Electrical Diagnosis
Part Installations
Compressor Testing
Compressor Reseal
Hose Repairs
Custom Hoses
Custom Builds
Add On Air Systems
Vintage Air Systems
Welding Services
  - MIG,TIG,ARC
Repairs of BCM/ECM
  and other control units
Special Fabriciation of Speciality Automotive Products
Evacuation charging kit available for rental

A/C Kits are available for purchase online.


  


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