Complete Automotive Care is located on HWY 50 near the Suncoast Parkway and right in the middle of Hernando County. We are easily accessible to our neighbors living in the Spring Hill area. We've been here for over 30 years and we have many satisfied, long term customers who will vouch for our honesty and commitment to do the best job at the best price we can offer.
We offer Fleet Vehicle Services for Spring Hill, Repair and Maintenance Packages
Complete Automotive Care is perfectly positioned to handle your fleet vehicles.
We know you need your vans and trucks fixed properly and fixed quickly so you can get back out the door taking care of business.
We have the necessary equipment - the heavy duty lifts and the 1 inch tools for large wheels - to do the particular work needed to maintain your fleet.
On top of that, our expert ASE master technicians know how to work on your vehicles.
Begin your relationship with Complete Auto Care today: Call Joe at 352-799-0298
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Repair / Maintain Your Car's Air Conditioner
There are several reasons why you may need car ac repair,
chief among them are LEAKS - both coming in and leaving your car's air conditioning system.
Both water and air leaks coming into your car's air conditioner are a common cause of failure. Water, in particular, is a problem because water leads to rust and rust will damage your car's A/C components.
Another common cause of ac failure is the refrigerant (the material that makes the air cold), leaking out, making your car's ac system much less efficient. It has to work a lot harder to cool the air.
Living in Spring Hill, Florida means you probably run your air conditioner at least 8 months of the year. Regular maintenance is must. Complete Automotive will run a check of your ac system and make sure it has the proper amount of clean refrigerant so you stay cool all summer.
Car Repair - Spring Hill, FL
Something not quite right with your car? Or, is something obviously wrong? Maybe, nothing seems wrong, but the Check Engine light just came on. When can you let it ride and when should you take action?
Here's a good rule of thumb:
If the Check Engine light is steady (not flashing) it is time to schedule a checkup for your vehicle. Probably no need to do it that very day, but don't put it off for too long. Something is up. You should get it checked out. That way, something that is minor will not turn into something major (which usually costs more).
If the Check Engine light starts flashing, you should drive directly to Complete Automotive if you can. If it is after hours, drive home and call us to discuss it. You probably won't need to have your car towed, but we will want to arrange to see it as soon as possible.