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.
You don’t need to get your brakes done at the dealership to maximize your stopping power. Just choose a trusted auto repair shop that uses quality parts built for your vehicle. Our ASE-certified technicians can resurface or replace rotors, change brake pads, and perform other brake repair services.
At Griffis Automotive Repair Clinic, we pride ourselves on being your dealership alternative. When you come to us, you’ll enjoy the optimal auto repair experience at a fair price.
Our team looks forward to helping you keep your car running and driving at its best, so please feel free to reach out today. We welcome you to call (352) 243-2277 or stop by our shop at 1508A Max Hooks Rd., Groveland, FL 34736.