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Cooling System Repair
Vehicle Cooling System is vital to your vehicle's operation. Failure in the cooling system can lead to damage to several other vital systems within your vehicle, including severe engine damage. It's advisable to have your cooling system checked at 15,000-mile intervals.

When servicing your cooling system in your vehicle, it is advisable to flush and fill with new coolant. This procedure removes rust, scale, sludge, and corrosion deposits from the entire cooling system, not just the radiator. Also, it eliminates acidic mixtures, restores freeze/boil protection and prevents electrolysis. Most cars will take up to 2 gallons of new coolant.

The most common problems relating to your car are having your car stalled, poor gas mileage, and check engine lights. When you visit our center, we make sure to check for these most common problems: With stalling, we look at the sensor and check for a dirty air filter. We also check the fuel and coolant temperature. When gas mileage is a problem, our technicians discuss the grade of gasoline you're using and any debris which may be corroding the system. If your check engine light is on, system malfunctions are often an issue. In addition to system problems, the computer might turn on the light so you get any other problem fixed before you have severe issues or break down on the road. Using diagnostic testing, we can narrow in on the source of your problem and take away the guess work involved in repairs.

We have been in business for over 30 years. Our clients keep their loyalty to us, we return the favor by providing professional, courteous, and great pricing. For your next service, maintenance, or repair, contact us to schedule your visit.

 
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