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SERVICE OVERVIEW

Your vehicle’s ability to properly heat and cool your car is central to your comfort and the comfort of your passengers. Featuring a Comprehensive Coolant System Evaluation for as low as $29.95 and other service packages designed to restore the performance of your heating and cooling system, we have what you need to keep cool!

The radiator is the core of your vehicle’s cooling system. Responsible for reducing the heat generated from the coolant circulating through your vehicle’s cooling system, the radiator must be clean, leak free, filled with coolant and clear of blockages. Coolant that is not maintained becomes acidic over time and degrades the internals of your cooling system. This deterioration results in the structural break-down of hoses, gaskets and belts. Degraded coolant can also lead to premature water pump failure brought on by deteriorated seals. This means the leaky gasket or hose that you fix today might be the weakest of many weak points in your cooling system. Fixing these one-off leaks could just be a short term solution for a much larger problem. The good news is these issues can be avoided by performing coolant flushes at the intervals recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer.

We offer comprehensive Coolant System Evaluation designed to pinpoint any issues that may exist within this complex system and provide solutions.

PRICING

Our Coolant System Evaluation $34.95
Antifreeze/Coolant Drain and Fill $59.95
Complete Coolant Chemical Flush and Exchange Service $84.95

Coolant System Evaluation includes

  • Quality service performed by a professional technician
  • Notation of any signs indicating overheating
  • Perform pressure test on radiator cap and record findings
  • Top off coolant level if necessary
  • Injection of an ultraviolet tracer dye for a black light inspection of all coolant components to detect leak points

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