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Keep Your Ride Comfy with Auto AC Repair in Groveland, FL

Stay cool and comfortable on the road with expert auto AC repair and service from Griffis Automotive Clinic in Groveland, FL. Whether you need a simple recharge or a complex repair, we’ll get your AC running like new again.

A person working under the hood of a car in an auto repair shop.

Your car’s air conditioning system should keep you cool and comfortable at the push of a button. If anything but icy cold air comes out of the vents, it’s definitely time for auto AC repair.

But don’t wait for that to happen. Instead, get your AC system inspected and serviced well before you need it, so you can be ready for the hot days to come your way. To help with that mission, look to our team at Griffis Automotive Clinic in Groveland, FL.

Family-Owned and Operated

Since 2010, we’ve proudly served as your go-to family-owned auto repair shop in Groveland, FL and nearby areas.

We put our all into providing our services with honesty, integrity, and professionalism, so you can feel good about coming to our shop.

ASE-Certified Technicians

Our team wants you to get the proper repairs the first time around. Which is why we only have highly trained auto mechanics handling all your services.

Our technicians maintain their ASE certifications and complete regular training courses to stay current on the latest industry practices.

Auto Repair Excellence

We are your trusted full-service auto repair shop in Groveland, FL, focused on delivering excellence at every turn.

A digital vehicle inspection kicks off every visit. And then we provide all the diagnostic, preventative maintenance, and repair services your car needs.


Ready to experience the Griffis difference? Our ASE-certified technicians have the skills and experience needed to complete all the services your vehicle needs, such as:

How an Auto Air Conditioning System Works

The air conditioning system in your car circulates the refrigerant through the interconnected parts and lines to keep cold air blowing through your vents. The type of refrigerant used in your vehicle depends on its year, make, and model. Common types include R-134a and R1234yf.

As the refrigerant moves through the system, it goes from liquid to gaseous, delivering cooling power while removing heat from the air. The compressor, condenser, evaporator, orifice tube, or expansion value continuously completes this cycle to keep your cabin space cool and comfortable.


Signs You Need Auto AC Repair

Many system failures can cause your AC to blow warm air or none at all, including a blocked orifice tube or a refrigerant leak. More often than not, one of the major parts in the system outright fails, like the compressor, condenser, or evaporator, resulting in AC problems.

So, when you switch on your auto AC and warm air comes out of the vents, you just know it’s time for AC repair. There may have been signs of a problem before that point, though, saving you from having to drive your hot car to the shop.

The most common signs you need auto AC repair include the following:

If you feel something is off with your car, don’t hesitate to let our ASE-certified techs know about your concerns.

Our Approach to Auto AC Repair Services

Even if you have the specialty tools needed to fix your car’s AC yourself, it’s not cost-effective, safe, or recommended. To avoid problems down the road, it’s best to find a service center near you to restore the comfort of your car.

A set of manifold gauges (HVAC gauges) resting on top of an engine compartment. These gauges are used for diagnosing and servicing air conditioning systems in vehicles.

When you come to us for auto AC service, we’ll look over your car from nose to tail to track down the problem. Our ASE-certified technicians have the skills, experience, and training to detect leaks, diagnose faulty parts, and make accurate repair recommendations.

Once we know what’s going on with your car, we’ll deliver our findings so you can decide how to proceed. If you’d like the problem fixed, just authorize the repairs, and we’ll get to work. By the end of your service appointment, your car will blow cold air through the vents again so that you can stay comfy on all your travels.

Is It Time for an Auto AC Recharge or Another Service?

Are the vents in your car blowing warm air instead of cool air from the AC system? If so, it’s time to contact our team at Griffis Automotive Clinic. We proudly serve as your go-to spot for auto AC repair and services in Groveland, FL, including leak detection, AC recharge, and part replacement.

Feel free to reach out at your convenience. Call (352) 243-2277, and we’ll help you find a great time to stop by. Our shop is located at 1508A Max Hooks Rd., Groveland, FL.