Complete care for your car’s cooling system
Radiator: An important part of a car’s cooling system, the radiator passes hot coolant through its metal fins – cooling it off in the process – before pumping it back into the engine block.
Radiator Hoses and Housings: Used to transfer coolant throughout the engine, hoses require regular checks – and the occasional replacement- to avoid them becoming brittle and cracked.
Water Pump: Much like the human heart pumps blood around the body, the water pump’s job is to pump coolant around the engine. Without regular inspection, the water pump can be prone to corrosion, bearing operation and seal leaks.
Thermostat: Controlling the circulation rate of the coolant in your car, the thermostat helps ensure your engine maintains a constant operating temperature. A faulty or failing thermostat can lead to costly problems such as increased engine wear, poor fuel economy, or an overheated engine.
Electric Cooling Fan: The Electric Cooling Fan is controlled by the thermostat, or the engine’s computer, and automatically kicks into gear to help the thermostat and coolant maintain a consistent engine temperature.