cooling system Repair
When is Service or Repair Necessary?
- Whenever you notice any leaks or issues in performance.
- Your cooling system should be inspected annually to insure that your engine operates within proper temperature ranges.
- Pressure Cap
- Transmission Cooler
- Water Pump
- Reservoir Tank
- Heater Core
- Rubber Hoses
Signs of Overheating:
- The temperature gauge. If you notice your engine is running hotter than normal, it’s time for an inspection.
- Check to see if any green, orange, or yellow fluid is leaking from under your vehicle. If it is you are probably losing coolant and should get it inspected.
- Squealing noise when engine RPM increases. This could mean a loose belt which would cause poor circulation of the water pump.
What Do We Inspect?
- Radiator for leaks and debris clogging the fins which reduces cooling performance.
- Coolant for protection level and contamination.
- Pressure test radiator cap.
- Cooling fan operation.
- Fan clutch (if equipped).
- All belts for cracks and deterioration.
- All hoses for leaks, softness or bulging, indicating deterioration from the inside out.
- Check for leaks at thermostat housing, intake manifold, engine heads and freeze plugs.
- Water pump for leaks.
- Reservoir tank for leaks.
- Heater Core for leaks.
It is easy to schedule an appointment online. Choose a location below and complete the form. We will call you to confirm your appointment. Couldn’t be easier! See you soon.
8799 E Point Douglas Rd S
275 Century Ave N
“Great service and friendly staff. They fixed my car at a very reasonable cost. It was ready when they said it would be. I highly recommend this shop. -Susan B.”
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