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Radiator Fluid Change

Keeping your engine cool is vital to performance and your radiator fluid helps that cause.  Have it checked and replaced regularly?

How does radiator coolant work?

Your coolant contains a glycol-based chemical, which stops water from freezing or boiling in regular and extreme temperatures. Coolant also contains rust, corrosion and foaming inhibitors. Over time, these inhibitors become less effective, exposing your vehicle to breakdowns and costly damages.

Out with the old. In with the new. A radiator flush removes all of the old coolants in the radiator, the engine, the hoses and the heater core. We then replace it with warranty-approved fluid (up to 15 L.), check for pesky leaks and test the radiator cap. Replacing the fluid helps protect against rust and corrosion, engine freeze-up and ensures your vehicle can operate at its most efficient temperature.

*Many auto manufacturers recommend replacing radiator fluids at regularly scheduled intervals. Check your owner’s manual for details.

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