Radiator Repair

Radiator repair backed up with thermostat replacement as recommended cooling system service repair.

radiator repair

Radiator repair is often the affect of another problem.

Radiator replacement is a cooling system repair performed when the radiator tanks are leaking and or there is a restriction of cooling system flow. Radiator repair should always include a full system service inspection for the cost for repair.

radiator repair

Engine cooling system radiator repair

A radiator repair is usually performed with other services. Some of these services may be a cooling system flush or radiator hose replacement with water pump repair. Either way it is important to keep up the with scheduled maintenance and routine service inspections. Radiator repair, cooling fan repair, thermostat repair and water pump repair are often towed into the auto shop after failure. Inspections of the cooling system for fluid leaks or worn parts may prevent major engine damage.

radiator repair

Thermostat Replacement

Radiator repair or replacement is usually recommended with a thermostat replacement. Over time the thermostat will wear and may cause engine overheating.

radiator repair

Radiator Cap Replacement

Radiator repair should always include a new radiator cap. Radiator cap service inspection may prevent engine damage. Cooling system service maintenance is a must in the extreme desert heat.

Did you know the heater core is part of the cooling system?

A heater core repair will require service of the cooling system. The heater core is connecting to the engine with heater hoses. Dash repair include both heater core and the evaporator, along with blower motor repair and blower motor resistors are all auto repairs needed when failure happens. Cabin air filter replacement and routine maintenance may help from unexpected car repairs.

  • Diagnosis and Testing
  • Cooling system service.
  • HVAC system inspection
  • Ventilation operation
  • Warranties on all repairs.

Radiators, Thermostats, Water Pumps, Heater Cores, Hoses and Belts. All of which play a big role in keeping the engine cool and auto air conditioner in operation. We can check to see if there are leaks and/or wear. Our FREE Vehicle Inspection will cover just about all of these items.