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Cooling System Services

Your vehicle's cooling system helps to keep engine components cool during combustion. If you do not have your vehicle's cooling system serviced, you could risk overheating the engine or even having frozen engine fluids, which would cause the vehicle to not start.

Your Vehicle's Cooling System is Important

A properly working cooling system will circulate coolant throughout the radiator and engine to prevent the engine from overheating. If the cooling system does not function properly, the engine could potentially fail. At-risk parts include gaskets, heads or worse, complete engine failure.

Keep your engine running smoothly by performing regularly scheduled Cooling System maintenance to stop issues before they occur.

Signs That Your Vehicle's Cooling System Needs Attention

If you notice your vehicles temperature increasing during start or gradually when you drive, there might be an issue with the cooling system.

You might detect an odor similar to maple syrup and/or spot an orange or green fluid beneath your vehicle. Both of these are signs that you should have a technician examine your cooling system.

The Benefits of Cooling System Repair Service

A technician can inspect your vehicle and perform a coolant/antifreeze flush and fill if necessary. This quick procedure can save you money and keep your vehicles engine from failing.

Maintaining the ideal level of fluids and replacing low fluids can be critical to your vehicle's driving performance and safety.

Make sure to keep up with your regularly scheduled antifreeze flush and fill. Skipping this can put your vehicle at risk for a variety of problems, such as premature corrosion of your cooling system, freezing, and overheating.

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