Discount Auto A/C Compressor Parts / South Daytona, Florida
Discount Auto A/C Compressors & Auto AC Parts brings the savings to you because we are a remanufacturer of Auto Air Conditioning Compressors. We offer savings up to 80% off to our customers by eliminating the middle man.
Discount Auto AC Compressors & Auto A/C Parts is an international distributor of auto air Conditioner parts with small-town prices. Customers from Australia, Venezuela, Argentina, and many Caribbean nations use our easy-ordering system to get great prices on compressors and AC parts for every type of vehicle. You don`t have to be a professional mechanic to get price breaks on new or rebuilt items. We sell to individuals in the U.S. and around the globe at the same rates that we charge the pros. You`ll save big on our remanufactured auto AC compressors, which we rebuild right here in our factory shop in northeastern Florida. No matter where you are in the world, we`re the ideal distributor for air Conditioner parts for your vehicle. We stock beautifully refurbished compressors for Audi, BMW and Porsche cars, as well as Ford and Toyota trucks. In fact, nearly every make and model year is represented on our web pages, so please browse our inventory at your convenience to find the parts you need. We love it when customers come to us for automotive air conditioning troubleshooting. Sure, Discount Auto AC Compressors & Auto A/C Parts makes and distribute AC parts, but we don`t believe in separating parts from facts. That`s why we post "The Three Laws of Air Conditioning" on our FAQ page. When you`re troubleshooting a critical system for a 2,000-pound vehicle that may achieve speeds of over 100 miles per hour, you need all the info you can get. Bring your automotive troubleshooting worries to us. Whether you`re working on American or import cars or trucks, we`ll help you manage moisture so you don`t freeze an evaporator core or flush the wrong type of condenser. We`ll let you know whether your compressor needs to be replaced or if the cause of compressor failure is actually condenser blockage. We can even save you from "Black Death!" (Please click here to see our FAQs section for a full definition of this condition.) ?