Heating and Cooling System
The radiator plays a very important role in cooling your vehicle's engine. Keeping your engine operating at it's optimal temperature is crucial to the safety and functionality of your vehicle. Because of this, Mr. Transmission Milex Complete Auto Care has skilled professionals who understand the inner workings of a vehicle's radiator and cooling system. A common cause for vehicle breakdowns is overheating caused by a cooling system failure. To help prevent breakdowns and costly repairs, regular preventive maintenance on your cooling systems is required.
Why Maintenance & Repairs Matter
Engine coolant is very important in both the heating and cooling performance of your vehicle, as it protects and supports the entire system. But over time, the coolant properties can change and breakdown, which will lead to internal oxidation of your cooling system causing clogging and overheating. Most vehicle manufacturers recommend changing the coolant after 60,000 miles and every 30,000 after that.
With a Coolant Service from Mr. Transmission Milex Complete Auto Care, our technicians will thoroughly clean the cooling system and replace your engine coolant. This service will keep your car road-ready by extending the life of your radiator and preventing rust and corrosion in your cooling system, which will maintain proper heating and cooling of your engine.
Schedule an Appointment Today
When it comes to your car’s cooling system, you can count on Mr. Transmission Milex Complete Auto Care. We take the time and care that this crucial car component demands. Every vehicle from domestic to foreign, as well as hybrid, diesel, four-wheel drive, and luxury automobiles are serviced with the same attention to detail.
For more information about our radiator and cooling system services, find your nearest Mr. Transmission Milex today.
FAQs About Cooling System
What are the components of your cooling system?
The system consists of a water pump, cooling fan, coolant reservoir, radiator, thermostat and hoses.
When should you have your cooling system serviced?
If your vehicle has experienced overheating, you should have it inspected immediately. A cooling system service is also recommended at regular intervals according to your vehicle’s specifications. Generally after 60,000 miles and then every 30,000 miles after that. Hoses should also be checked frequently and replaced as required.
What are typical problems that you see with cooling systems?
The most common form of wear and tear within the cooling system is the aging of the coolant and hoses. As the coolant ages, the compounds within it break down and cannot effectively cool the engine. Old coolant can also cause corrosion of the system components.