Auto air Conditioning & Auto electrical repairs in Cairns since 1987
Auto Elect in Cairns has been at the forefront of quality auto electrical and air conditioning repairs in the area since 1987.
Family owned and operated, we deliver exceptional workmanship, customer service and competitive prices for clients throughout the Cairns region.
With a fully equipped workshop, and using top-of-the-line fault diagnosis equipment, our experienced auto-electricians service and maintain cars, trucks, 4WDs and caravans.
Whether for starter motor, battery or alternator issues, we stock replacement parts from the industry’s leading brands Thunder, REDARC, GME and Baxters to guarantee first-rate performance.
Backed by more than 30 years’ experience, the technicians at Auto-Elect are your trusted choice for auto air conditioning and electrical servicing. From regassing and compressor replacements to battery charging, central locking repairs, and more—we maker sure your vehicle’s A/C and electrical system are performing optimally.
Call Auto-Elect in Cairns today for guaranteed quality auto electrical and A/C work.
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When it comes to your vehicle’s electrical and air conditioning system, routine servicing is key.
See our frequently asked questions below for information on preventative maintenance and common warning signs.
Have another question? Call Auto-Elect in Cairns today to talk to one of our friendly technicians.
As a general rule, your car battery should be replaced every 3 years. At Auto-Elect we stock a range of quality batteries for most vehicles.
For optimal performance, your vehicle’s air conditioning system should be serviced every 2 years. Auto-Elect offers a free A/C check. Call to enquire.
If your vehicle’s air conditioning is making a hissing, rattling or clunking sound, it’s likely your compressor is broken. Lack of cold air being produced is also a common sign your compressor may be damaged or broken. Our free Air-Con Inspection will confirm.
If your vehicle’s window isn’t moving up or down, typically it’s because the window’s motor, door switch or regulator has failed.
- Loss or reduction of cooling capability
- Strange noises
- A bad smell coming from the system
If your battery is in good condition yet the car’s engine is struggling to turn over, it could indicate an issue with the starter motor. Book your car in for service at Auto-Elect and we’ll improve its reliability quickly and affordably. Call today.