Radiator Antifreeze/Coolant Service

Your radiator is, in effect, the A/C unit for your engine. If the radiator or any other components of your cooling system fall below standard performance, all other systems at work in your vehicle are subject to damage and wear that could be very costly and/or inconvenient if the failing performance goes unnoticed or neglected.

  • Neglecting manufacturer recommended engine coolant/antifreeze flush intervals (typically every 2 years or 30,000 miles)
  • Mixing different colors of coolant/antifreeze in the reservoir
  • Neglecting a leak by continuously adding coolant/antifreeze
  • Continuously operating your vehicle when PH levels of your coolant/antifreeze are no longer healthy (happens over time)
  • Coolant is dark colored and/or resembles motor oil
  • Low on coolant fluid
  • Overheating vehicle
  • Gauge not working or is in the red
  • Making a sound similar to a screaming tea kettle
  • Under-performing cabin air heater
  • Poor gas mileage
  • Coolant indicator light on
  • Temperature gauge is higher than normal
  • Ensure manufacturer recommended engine coolant/antifreeze flush intervals are respected
  • Stay on the lookout for the warning signs in order to prevent further damage to your engine
  • If you sense a cooling issue, arrange a tow instead of risking further and COSTLY damage

*Special note: If coolant fluid is low, do not just refill; a leak will progressively cause more and more damage to your engine. The best move would be to get it diagnosed as soon as possible.

702-395-4100

2911 N. Rancho
Las Vegas Nv 89130
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