Cooling System And Radiator Maintenance
The engine in your vehicle contains a lot of moving parts, all of which create friction. This friction produces unwanted heat that can actually damage your engine over time. In order to maintain an optimal operating temperature in your engine, therefore, your radiator and cooling system must be properly maintained on a routine basis. It is essential that you flush the coolant in your radiator and replace it at recommended intervals to prevent over-
Visual inspection by an ASE certified technician
Pressure testing for potential leaks
Chemical flush of the cooling system
Replacement of coolant that is recommended for your vehicle
Environmentally safe recovery and disposal of used coolant
How Often Do I Need Cooling System Service?
Typically, you'll want to get your cooling system flushed every 30,000 miles or every 3 years. Your vehicle owner's manual will provide the recommended service interval for your make and model of car, truck or SUV. Of course, if you experience problems with your vehicle overheating or freezing up in extreme temperatures, you'll need to have your cooling system diagnosed and serviced before the recommended interval.