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Auto Air Innovations, Inc., was established in 1995. We are a manufacturer and distributor of automobile air conditioning parts and provide automobile air conditioning service and repair. 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.

Diagnostic Services:

A/C Check Up
We can diagnosis your vehicles problem for a flat rate of $39.99 plus tax. Usually the process takes less than 30 minutes. We will provide you a written estimate as to the precise problem and the cost associated with repairing it. If you decide to purchase the work, we will apply the $39.99* towards the repair as long as you have the repair done within 30 days.
* In rare instances, an additional cost may be required for dye and/or R134 refrigerant.

Electrical Diagnostics
We can diagnose your vehicle's electrical issue for $75.00 an hour. You will provided a written estimate explaining the parts required to complete the repair and the associated cost. Unfortanetly we are unable to credit the diagnosis charge to future repair due to expensive time and equipment to diagnos the problem.

Electrical Diagnosis & Repair

We handle all types of electrical system repairs on foreign and domestic automobiles, trucks, and recreational vehicles. Here at Auto Air & Electric of Tampa we have top of the line diagnostic equipment and highly trained technicians to pin point the exact problem in any electrical system including wiring harnesses, ECM, BCM and other control units. We can precisely determine which relay or module needs replacement. We take the guess work out of repairing today's complicated automotive electrical systems. Auto Air & Electric of Tampa specializes in Electronic Control Modules, Body Control Modules, Wiring Harnesses, Malfunctioning Dashboard Lights, Power Seats, Cruise Control, Wipers, Door Locks, Interior & Exterior Lighting, and MORE!

Control Unit Repair
In most cases, we are able to rebuild or repair your vehicles ECM, BCM, or other control units. A minimum $25.00 service charge is required for diagnosis of units that are removed from the vehicle. If diagnosis are required to determine the electrical problem then there is a $75.00 per hour minimum charge.

Hybrid & Electric Car Repair
At Auto Air & Electric of Tampa, we have been providing our loyal customers automotive parts and service for over 15 years. Our quality work at affordable cost is what keeps our customers coming back. Our top of the line diagnostic equipment and highly trained technicians can pin point the exact problem spot in any electrical system. We specialize in servicing and repairing hybrid and electric vehicles. Whether you have a Toyota Prius, a Honda Insight, or another hybrid model, we can repair it. We also provide top notch service too. Do not be mislead by local dealers who tell you that your vehicle must be serviced at the dealership. Federal law states that the dealer must honor your warranty regardless of where you have you it serviced (Magnusen-Moss Act 1975, Title 15 Chapter 50- Section 2301-2312 US Federal Code). So whether your vehicle needs routine service or it has a major problem that needs immediate attention, you can feel confident that your automobile is in good hands at Auto Air & Electric of Tampa. 

Part Installation
Whether you have your own parts or purchase our parts, our labor rate is $95.00 an hour. The warranty is usually one year on parts purchased from us. There is no warranty on labor from customer supplied parts since we can not guarantee the performance of these parts.

Compressor Test
Not sure that your compressor is functioning properly? The best way to know what's wrong with it is to have it tested. There is a $20.00 fee associated with testing the compressor with or without clutch. The compressor must be removed from the vehicle. The process takes approximately 20 minutes to detect leaks, proper pressure range, noise, and clutch engagement.

Reseal Compressor
Most reseals are approximately $100.00 per unit and require an hour to preform. During the process, the compressor's front seal and case seals are replaced. The warranty is on leakage only.

Hose Repair
We offer automotive and heavy duty equipment hose repair including air conditioning hoses, power steering hoses, and hydraulic hoses. If we are unable to repair your hose or line, we will custom manufacture it while you wait. We also supply Aluminum & Steel Weld-on-Barbs and Splicer Barbs. All of our products and made on State of the Art, German CNC machines right at our facility conveniently located just North-East of the Tampa Airport. All of our hoses and lines meet or exceed OEM standards. Please let us help you either get your broken hose repaired or replaced as soon as possible. Most hoses can be made in 20 minutes or less. We are committed to providing you the fastest time possible to get your vehicle system up and running again. Auto Air & Electric of Tampa will save you money by giving you an alternative to purchasing the high cost OEM hoses or lines.  Most hoses are made in 20 minutes or less and the quality meets or exceeds OEM standards! Furthermore, we have an automotive repair shop at our facility, we can complete the entire job for you by either installing your A/C hose and evacuating and charging the air conditioning system or installing the power steering hose and replacing lost fluids.

Welding Services
We offer a complete Welding Service including MIG, TIG, and ARC of any broken steel, stainless or aluminum part. All you have to do is bring your broken part in and we will do the rest. Auto Air & Electric of Tampa is here to help you save money and service your automotive needs. Either stop by or give us a call today to receive top notch service by a caring and knowledgeable staff.

Special Fabrication, Vintage & Custom Air
Here at Auto Air & Electric of Tampa we manufacture and install any air conditioning system imaginable. We custom fabricate air conditioning systems for all vehicles including vehicles that do not currently have air conditioning. We are an authorized agent of Vintage Air, a Texas based performance air conditioing designer and manufacturer. Auto Air & Electric of Tampa leads the automotive industries with it's knowledgable and experienced employees, state of the art equipment and amazing line of products that are produced in house. We offer our customers the best products and service at the most reasonable cost. There is no job too big or too small for us. If the part does not exsist, we'll make it!

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