Radiator Repair and Inspection
The radiator in your vehicle keeps the engine cool and safeguards it against overheating. In addition, components in the cooling system of your vehicle eventually build up deposits that require a radiator flush to keep your engine running smoothly. In simpler terms, without a functional car radiator your engine would overheat and create some serious damage to all the inner mechanics in your vehicle, it would also be deemed a safety hazard because of potential leaks.
If you want to safeguard your car’s radiator with an inspection or are in need of some repairs, we’re the company for you! Tri County Truck and Trailer Repair Inc only hires the most skilled and reliable workers, who do their best to provide you with impeccable customer care and quality services. We’ll make sure your car radiator is working at full capacity and is in tip top shape! You won’t need to worry about road trouble when you use us for your automobile requirements. With our competitive pricing, and friendly informed team, you’ll be glad you chose us as your mechanical automobile provider.
Protect Your Vehicle from Overheating
Tri County Truck and Trailer Repair Inc radiator repair specialists will verify whether your cooling system is adequate enough to ensure protection against overheating or freezing when you visit us for an inspection or maintenance check. Whether the outdoor temperature is hot or cool, your radiator adjusts the fluid temperature automatically to keep your engine stabilized. Don’t wait until your car overheats and you are stuck at the side of the road. Have your radiator fluid levels and its other components checked regularly as part of a preventative maintenance program.
Dangers of Radiator Leaks
Everyone seems to assume that engine and brake complications are the most dangerous and cause the majority of accidents. This isn’t necessarily true. An automobile radiator leak is extremely hazardous and toxic. The moment you notice a red or green fluid seeping from your car, it is unsafe to drive. A coolant puddle is highly toxic for both the people and the environment. So make sure your pets or kids are not anywhere need the vicinity. The best thing to do would be to call in a mechanic to take a look at the vehicle and see if a full replacement is necessary of if repairs can solve the problem.
Our experienced and trained technicians inspect and repair the coolant system in the radiator of your vehicle and offer other preventative maintenance services including:
- Radiator leak check
- Radiator ‘flush’
- Engine block test
- Radiator water pump and belt inspection
- Pressure test
- Fluid level check
- Thermostat replacement
- Radiator hose inspection
- Cooling fan and thermostat inspection
The coolant in your radiator should be flushed and replaced every two years. Ask a Tri County Truck and Trailer Repair Inc technician about longer lasting products for maximum performance. We invite you to visit our auto shop for a free radiator repair estimate and to check for leaks, or damage to gaskets and hoses.
Call us to schedule your next radiator flush and maintenance check with our certified and experienced radiator repair experts.